session tab represents a compiled set of rules as they existed in irAuthor when the test was
launched. Therefore, a user could author one set of rules and create a test session. The user could
then author more rules or change existing rules and create another test session. The user could
apply rules in both session tabs to see the differences in authored rules affect the outcomes of the
- A user begins with a rule application that consists of an input field, an output field, and no rules.
- The user creates a simple rule and presses test.
- irVerify loads that rule application into a tab named Session1. Applying rules verifies the results.
- The user navigates back to irAuthor and adds another rule that contradicts the original rule. Pressing test loads the new rule application into a tab named Session2.
- The user can cycle between the active tabs to measure differences in test data as a result of modified or added rule elements.