BDD Framework: How to avoid to lose information


All the information set using the inspector are stored in particular arrays. Usually, the framework hides them, but you can consider them as public properties of components attached to the integration test object, so they follow the same rules as the standard component properties:


Q: What can I do if I notice I lose data from the Inspector?

If the action that made you lose the data was made on the Inspector, just use the Undo feature.

If you have deleted or renamed something inside your BDD Component, the Framework usually tries to protect the data stored inside the BDD Extension Runner giving you an error and letting you fix it. Unfortunately, if the data lost were stored inside the component (the values of the parameters) you could have lost them forever.



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