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HarryHirn

Germany
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Posted - 23 Aug 2018 :  13:35:43  Show Profile  Send HarryHirn an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Hi

i want to include the Nets without a TestPoint in my report.

In the "List of Nets" i can sort according to "TestPoint Count".
But in an if Statement inside the List i cannot check for "Testpoint Count", only for "Minimum Testpoint Count", which does not represent what i am looking for.

This would have been so straight forward to just "if Testpoint Count == 0"...

What is the workaround for that?

The Auto Insert Testpoint Report generates a List of missing testpoints, so it must be possible, but with the given possibilities i dont see how.

TY

Jochen

Germany
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Posted - 27 Aug 2018 :  11:58:03  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,

the following report works here:


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Jochen
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HarryHirn

Germany
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Posted - 06 Sep 2018 :  15:40:10  Show Profile  Send HarryHirn an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Hi Jochen,

thank you, this works.

But to be honest, this cant be the way scripting should be.
Especially when parameters like "TestPoint Count" are availlable.

This is my feature request for the next version :)
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psxforum

United Kingdom
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Posted - 06 Sep 2018 :  16:06:53  Show Profile  Visit psxforum's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I have logged this as an enhancement request on our support database!
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psxforum

United Kingdom
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Posted - 10 Sep 2018 :  11:15:04  Show Profile  Visit psxforum's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Another member of my team has pointed out that you can do this already!

Start with List of Nets as expected.
Add the command 'List - Total Count'.
Edit that command and for 'Which List' choose 'Testpoint'.

This will now report the total number of test points, which the application will know even though you haven't actually added the 'List of Testpoints' command to the report. You can apply this same principle to other kinds of list.

We have kept the enhancement request open on our system as it makes sense to present the test point count as a separate command as well.

David.
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