Update the baseline with changes
Any changes you make to test steps by accepting or rejecting them or by adding or removing annotations are automatically persisted. However, your changes will only apply to subsequent test runs after you explicitly save them to the baseline using the button. Eyes allows you to save changes to the baseline even if some steps are unresolved. This is useful if you have resolved those steps and want to rerun the test even though other steps are still unresolved. Take care that such incomplete test resolutions do not introduce inconsistencies between your test and the updated baseline, especially where steps have been added or removed.The Test Manager indicates that there are changes that have not been saved to the baseline in several ways:For the step, an asterisk (*) is added to the right of the step nameFor the test, an asterisk (*) is added to the right of the test nameFor the current Batch, an indication of the number of unsaved steps in all the tests of the batchFor a batch in the batch list, the "Unsaved" label is added to the right of the batch statusThe icon "pulses" If you have selected one or more tests, then when you hover the cursor over the save button you are offered the following choices (see 1 in the image below):Save all. Choosing this option will save all the unsaved changes in the batch.Save selected tests. Choosing this option only saves tests whose checkboxes have been checked, even if they were not changed (see 2 in the image below).After you save to the baseline you may see a message regarding expired variations. For more information regarding variation and these messages see baseline-variations.htm.Delete this text and replace it with your own content.