Displays a table containing a list of suites or test cases which have been ‘tagged’ with the name.
- <path> this is the path to start searching for test that are tagged with <tag name>. Paths within STIQ are delimited with a period (.) character. The simplest path is to just use the root (a single period) and allow the tool to find all occurances below the root.
- <tag name> this is the name of the tag - a one-word keyword or tag
- !tagsuite . integration
This example will result in a table of tests that are tagged with the integration tag, the STIQ tool will start at the root (path = '.') and look in all children of that path.
What is a tag?
A tag is a one-word descriptor that you assign to a test that allows the !tagsuite widget to aggregate them into a suite of similarly tagged tests. This is an organizational concept. Tags are like keywords, but you get to decide what the keyword is and they do not form a hierarchy.
You may assign a test multiple tags. We suggest that you put the !tag command near the top of the test source.
See also: !tag widget.