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Test Scenario Results
The Rule Execution Trace table is always shown. If GRAT is configured by your administrators to capture and display event-level logging, an additional Rule Evaluation Detail table can be displayed (or hidden) for debugging by clicking on the Show/Hide Execution Log link. The If the configuration option include-rule-evaluation-detail-in-response must be set to value true to display this option.
Rule Execution Trace
The Rule Execution Trace table shows the following test scenario results:
- A summary result, showing the test ID and a trace of the rule execution
- The expected results as well as the actual results, for each rule that fired. Either a green or a red indicator shows whether the actual result matched the expected result.
Rule Evaluation Detail
This table shows which how each individual condition evaluated at rule execution time, so you can do much more detailed debugging.
|Rule||Rule name (Linear Rule) or row name (Decision Table). For example; Rule-100 <rulename>, Row 1 DT-163 <rowname> where DT-163 is a Decision Table.|
|Navigate||Navigation link to the Rules section.|
|Condition||The condition that is evaluated as part of the rule. A single rule may consist of multiple conditions.|
|Value||The value to be evaluated against the condition. This is the value in the Fact model.|
|Result||True (green indicator) or false (red indicator). true if value evaluation against the given condition resulted in success; otherwise false.|
Rule Execution Log
When configured for display, the Show Execution Log option displays. The execution log provides low-level details of which rules fired, what values were evaluated and what the evaluation results were. Click Hide Execution Log to hide this display.