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Set Test Sequence block scenario as active

Since R2020b



sltest.testsequence.activateScenario(blockPath,scenarioName) makes the scenarioName scenario in the specified Test Sequence block active so it runs during simulation. Only one scenario is active at a time. You can use activateScenario only if sltest.testsequence.setScenarioControlSource is sltest.testsequence.ScenarioControlSource.Block, which sets the active scenario control to a Test Sequence block instead of a variable in the workspace. Use sltest.testsequence.getScenarioControlSource to view the current scenario control source setting and sltest.testsequence.setScenarioControlSource to change it.


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Set the Test Sequence block in the sltestRollRefTestExample model to use scenarios. Then, add another scenario named Scenario_2 and activate Scenario_2 so it runs when the model simulates. The control source is the default, sltest.testsequence.ScenarioControlSource.Block. Close the model without saving it.


   ('sltestRollRefTestExample/Test Sequence',...

   ('sltestRollRefTestExample/Test Sequence',...

   ('sltestRollRefTestExample/Test Sequence',...


Input Arguments

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Path to a Test Sequence block, including the block name, specified as a string or character vector. Instead of the block path, you can use a block handle.

Example: 'FanSpeedTestHarness/Test Sequence'

Name of the scenario, specified as a string or character vector.

Example: 'Name','Scenario_1'

Version History

Introduced in R2020b