Unit Test Automation hooks into standard SAP functionality available within SAP Code Inspector, but can be used in Transport Expresso to
1) run automatically as a ShiftLeft Analyser at the configured TE Control Point(s) – ensuring that Approvers have full visibility non-adherant transports. This is detailed earlier in the Admin Guide.
2) run automatically at the point of transport release – ensuring that Developers get visibility of issues
Configurating Unit Test Automation for transport release
The unit test automation can also be performed automatically on transport release. This is switched on in table /BTI/TE_ACTIVE by adding the Unit test on release active function.
The SAP Code Inspector variant and user parameter also needs to be configured in the TE Domain Controller in backend table /BTI/TE_ACTPARMS.
If this is switched on then, any unit test automations will be run and failures reported to the user in both the SAP GUI and in the Windows GUI when a transport is released.