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These are referred to as the expected outputs and test driver schemas, respectively. Once at test driver schema is created, it can be reused to produce test drivers (and the associated harness or harness interfaces) for all testing associated with a specific test environment.
 
These are referred to as the expected outputs and test driver schemas, respectively. Once at test driver schema is created, it can be reused to produce test drivers (and the associated harness or harness interfaces) for all testing associated with a specific test environment.
  
===Reports, Status and Measures===
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==Test Execution==
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This is the process step where the user must cause the execution of the generated test driver against the test environment. The test driver causes the inject of test inputs and captures the actual output produced by the execution. These results are then compared with the expected outputs. VGS provides a test results comparison function to automate this activity.
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In the [[Simulink Tester for T-VEC|Simulink Tester for T-VEC (SL2TVEC)]], test execution is done automatically as part of the Generate and Test function executed in the SL2TVEC GUI. Test execution is performed against the manually generated code, auto-generated code, or Matlab Simulation.
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For tests derived from TTM models, these test might be executed in a variety of ways (see [[Examples|Examples]]). One handy mechanism is to use the VGS Toolbox to link to a mechanism for quickly performing the test execution.
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==Reports, Status and Measures==
  
 
There are various reports produced by the VGS that are also hyperlinked to reports produced by TTM. Such reports provide status information, model defect summaries, with links to the detailed reports that hyperlink back to the TTM model or Simulink model. The reports include (all reports are in HTML and/or XML format):
 
There are various reports produced by the VGS that are also hyperlinked to reports produced by TTM. Such reports provide status information, model defect summaries, with links to the detailed reports that hyperlink back to the TTM model or Simulink model. The reports include (all reports are in HTML and/or XML format):

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