Revision tag

A “revision tag”, or Revision Timestamp, can be assigned to any version node of a repository’s Systems and Platforms tree. It is useful for Time Traveling execution, in that it allows that version node to be associated with a specific timestamp. Hence you can create version nodes specifically for the purpose of time travel execution, and assign meaningful names to those versions. In general, the timestamps assigned to revision tags are taken directly from revisions of existing project items, although it is possible to supply arbitrary timestamps. In TestArchitect, an AUT version node is used to tag a specific revision, since a version commonly identifies a specific release of the AUT, such as version 1.2.

To associate an AUT version with a specific revision, do the following:

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