ImageSources Enumeration

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Edition Date: May 2019

Part Number: 370052AA-01

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These constants specify types of image sources. Each image source provides an icon that indicates an aspect of the current application state. You can use these constants to connect an image to a StatusBar pane or button using the ExecutionViewMgr.ConnectImage or SequenceFileViewMgr.ConnectImage methods.

To obtain an image name without connecting it to a control, call the ApplicationMgr.GetImageName, ExecutionViewMgr.GetImageName, or SequenceFileViewMgr.GetImageName method. An image name is an icon name you can use to retrieve an icon from the TestStand Engine.

An image source applies to all manager controls unless the help for the enumeration element specifies particular manager controls to which it applies.

  • ImageSource_BatchState–(Value: 6) Displays an image that indicates the execution state of the batch that contains the current execution. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.
  • ImageSource_BatchStatus–(Value: 5) Displays an image that indicates the batch result status for the batch that contains the current execution. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.
  • ImageSource_CurrentCallStackEntry–(Value: 23) Displays a call stack icon for the selected stack frame in the current execution thread. When no current thread exists, the image source displays an empty image. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.
  • ImageSource_CurrentExecution–(Value: 21) Displays an execution icon when a current execution exists. Otherwise, the image source displays an empty image. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.
  • ImageSource_CurrentProcessModelFile–(Value: 24) Displays a sequence file icon when a process model exists for the currently executing or currently selected file. Otherwise, the image source displays an empty image. This image source applies to the ExecutionView Manager and SequenceFileView Manager controls.
  • ImageSource_CurrentSequence–(Value: 12) Displays a sequence icon when a currently executing or currently selected sequence exists. Otherwise, the image source displays an empty image. This image source applies to the ExecutionView Manager and SequenceFileView Manager controls.
  • ImageSource_CurrentSequenceFile–(Value: 11) Displays a sequence file icon when a currently executing or currently selected file exists. Otherwise, the image source displays an empty image. This image source applies to the ExecutionView Manager and SequenceFileView Manager controls.
  • ImageSource_CurrentStep–(Value: 14) Displays the icon for the current step in the current execution. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.
  • ImageSource_CurrentStepGroup–(Value: 13) Displays an image that indicates the currently executing or currently selected step group. This image source applies to the ExecutionView Manager and SequenceFileView Manager controls.
  • ImageSource_CurrentThread–(Value: 22) Displays a thread icon when a current thread for the current execution exists. When no current thread exists, the image source displays an empty image. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.
  • ImageSource_ModelState–(Value: 7) Displays an image that indicates the state of the current execution. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.
  • ImageSource_NotASource–(Value: 0) Guaranteed to never be a valid image source specifier.
  • ImageSource_UUTStatus–(Value: 3) Displays an image that indicates the result status of the unit under test for the current execution. This image source applies only to the ExecutionView Manager control.

See Also

ApplicationMgr.GetImageName

ExecutionViewMgr

ExecutionViewMgr.ConnectImage

ExecutionViewMgr.GetImageName

SequenceFileViewMgr

SequenceFileViewMgr.ConnectImage

SequenceFileViewMgr.GetImageName

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