ABAP Test Cockpit (ATC) is a standard SAP tool for checking the quality of ABAP programs. ATC allows SAP customers to run static checks and ABAP Unit tests for their Z ABAP programs. It is possible to either install and run ATC locally in the systems of your development landscape, or alternatively install ATC centrally as a Hub and check the systems using Remote Code Analysis in ATC.
DevEnforcer: Check ABAP Test Cockpit results (0069) can be used to run ATC as part of an automated ActiveControl workflow – similar to our longstanding DevEnforcer analysers. The analyser will allow you to connect to a Target System, either:
(i) a Local Dev System: to run an ATC Check on the Transports highlighted in Active Control).
(ii) a Central ATC System: to look for the last running of a Central Series Run of ATC and compare the objects in AC Transports with the results from the ATC check and return the matching objects from the ATC results.
|ATCTARGET||The NNNN target ID of the Target where ATC is configured.|
|ATC_CHECK_TYPE||Define whether you want to do a Central or Local Check.|
|ATC_PRIORITY||Define what level of results you want to return in the Analyser output.|
|IGNORE_EXTERNAL_TRANSPORTS||(optional) Only required if you want to exclude external transports in your analyser output results.|
p(banner tip). More information – including screenshots – of Check ABAP Test Cockpit results (0069) can be found in this online Change Note.