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sltest.Assessment

Access assessment from set

Description

An sltest.Assessment object is an individual assessment result from an sltest.AssessmentSet object.

Creation

Create an sltest.Assessment object using result = get(as,index) where as is an sltest.AssessmentSet object.

Properties

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Path to block containing the assessment. For a Test Sequence block, the sub path is a path to the test step containing the assessment. See Simulink.SimulationData.BlockPath.

Example: Simulink.SimulationData.BlockPath

Name of the assessment, specified as a character vector. For a verify() statement, results in the Test Manager are identified by the name.

Example: 'Simulink:verify_low'

Output of the assessment, specified as a timeseries.

Example: Values: [1×1 timeseries]

Result of the assessment.

Example: 'Fail'

Object Functions

dispDisplay results of sltest.AssessmentSet or sltest.Assessment
findFind assessments in sltest.AssessmentSet or sltest.Assessment object

Examples

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This example shows how to simulate a model with verify statements and obtain assessment results via the programmatic interface.

Get the Assessment Set and One Assessment Result

1. Open the model.

open_system(fullfile(matlabroot,'examples','simulinktest',...
    'sltestRollRefTestExample.slx'))

% Turn the command line warning off for verify() statements
warning off Stateflow:Runtime:TestVerificationFailed

2. Run the model.

s = sim('sltestRollRefTestExample');

3. Get the assessment set.

as = sltest.getAssessments('sltestRollRefTestExample');

4. Get assessment 3 from the assessment set.

as3 = get(as,3);

Display Results of the Assessment Set and Assessment Result

1. Get summary of the assessment set.

asSummary = getSummary(as)
asSummary = 

  struct with fields:

       Total: 6
    Untested: 3
      Passed: 2
      Failed: 1
      Result: Fail

2. Display the result of assessment 3.

disp(as3)
  sltest.Assessment
  Package: sltest

  Properties:
         Name: 'Simulink:verify_high'
    BlockPath: [1x1 Simulink.SimulationData.BlockPath]
       Values: [1x1 timeseries]
       Result: Fail

3. Find untested or failed results in the assessment set.

asFailUntested = find(as,'Result',slTestResult.Fail,'-or',...
    'Result',slTestResult.Untested)
asFailUntested = 

  sltest.AssessmentSet
  Summary:
       Total: 4
    Untested: 3
      Passed: 0
      Failed: 1
      Result: Fail


  Untested Assessments (first 10):
    2 : Untested 'Simulink:verify_high'
    3 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKLow'
    4 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKNormal'

  Failed Assessments (first 10):
    1 : Fail 'Simulink:verify_high'

4. Find assessments under the Test Assessment block, using a regular expression.

assessBlock = find(as,'-regexp','BlockPath','.[Aa]ssess')
assessBlock = 

  sltest.AssessmentSet
  Summary:
       Total: 6
    Untested: 3
      Passed: 2
      Failed: 1
      Result: Fail


  Untested Assessments (first 10):
    4 : Untested 'Simulink:verify_high'
    5 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKLow'
    6 : Untested 'Simulink:verifyTKNormal'

  Passed Assessments (first 10):
    1 : Pass 'Simulink:verify_normal'
    2 : Pass 'Simulink:verify_low'

  Failed Assessments (first 10):
    3 : Fail 'Simulink:verify_high'

Re-enable warnings

warning on Stateflow:Runtime:TestVerificationFailed

Introduced in R2016b