You can personalize the look of Enterprise Tester as well as having your own custom dashboard to display selected information when you first logon. This section explains how to configure these sections.
My profile stores your personal details in Enterprise Tester as well as allowing you to change your password. To update your profile:
Enterprise Tester supports both Tray notifications and Email Notifications. Users can enable or disable either or both of these types of notifications. You can also specify the project and types of events to be notified on.
These configurations apply to both tray and email notifications. In addition to enabling email notifications on this screen, your system administrator will need to configure an email server.
Enterprise Tester supports in tray notifications. You can configure your notification settings on the ‘My Profile’ Screen as described in the previous section. You can access your notifications by clicking on the notification icon next to your user name in the right corner or the screen. The number shown is the number of unread notifications. This number is updated every 15 seconds.
The notifications list has a number of features to easily and quickly view event notifications:
By default, the limit on the number of notifications on screen is 100. This number can be configured by your system administrator. Please refer to the Administration Guide for more detail.
You can customize the layout and information that is shown for most of the screens in Enterprise Tester.
Enterprise Tester has a default layout for each screen showing selected fields. You can change add or remove fields as required by clicking on the column button on the toolbar. By moving the field position you can specify the column order on the grid. The screens also support configuring custom fields to your view.
You can do this by clicking on a column header and dragging it to the desired location.
Click on the edge of a column and you can resize the width of the column.
The column sort order can be specified by either dragging and dropping columns into position or the sort order can be specified on the column configuration screen.