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February 18, 2020
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FAQ: Reactis for Simulink - Importing/Exporting Tests

• Can I load tests created outside of Reactis into Reactis?
• Can I run tests created in Reactis outside of Reactis?
• When I export my tests to .csv (comma separated value) format, all values for vector or bus elements are exported within a single column for the entire port. Is it possible to export them to separate columns?

Can I load tests created outside of Reactis into Reactis?

Yes, you can import tests into Reactis using .csv (comma separated value) format. See section Exporting and Importing Test Suites of Chapter Reactis Simulator of the Reactis User's Guide for details.


Can I run tests created in Reactis outside of Reactis?

Yes, you can export tests created in Reactis to a number of different file formats. The export formats include .m and .mat for running tests in Simulink and .csv (comma separated value) for running the tests using a custom test harness or loading them into a spreadsheet. See section Exporting and Importing Test Suites of Chapter Reactis Simulator of the Reactis User's Guide for details. For detailed information on how to execute Reactis-generated tests within Simulink, see Chapter Executing Tests of the Reactis User's Guide.


When I export my tests to .csv (comma separated value) format, all values for vector or bus elements are exported within a single column for the entire port. Is it possible to export them to separate columns?

If you are using Reactis V2012 or later you may check the "Export vector, matrix and bus elements in separate columns" option in the export dialog to facilitate this.



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