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After logging in to the ETL Validator successfully, you will see options for administration, to create data source connections, to create test plans and test cases, and so on.

The available options in the ETL Validator are described in the table below:

OptionUser InterfaceDescription
1HOMEDisplays buttons for creating connections and test plans, and viewing run history. There are also dashboards to monitor test plans.
2DATA SOURCESIn this view, you can create, edit, and delete data source connections. For the datasource connection created, a data model can be created. You can also create a workschema.
3TEST CASESIn this view, you can create test suite, test folder, and test cases. When test cases are created, they will be grouped by the test case type and listed in this view. You can also manage test cases, test suite, and test folders. 
4TEST PLANSIn this view, you can create and manage test plans. When test plans are created, they will be grouped by the test plan type and listed in this view. 
5TEST RUNSThis view provides the run history of test plans and test cases.
6PARAMETERSIn this view, you can create and manage parameters that are meant for test case execution.
7SCHEDULERThis view displays, if any, test plans are scheduled for execution. A schedule created for purging will also be shown in this view.
8ADD DATA SOURCE This is an additional menu item from where you can add a connection to the data source.
9ADD TEST CASEThis is an additional menu item from where you can add test cases and test plans.
10SQL QueryThis tool allows you to build and export SQL queries for data sources. 
11Web ReportingThis tool contains results for test case and test plan runs. It also contains several other options to manage metadata for the data sources, upload files, change the default base, and view and download logs.
12Admin OptionsThis menu appears for users who have administrative privileges. Clicking this menu item displays several other sub-menu items that allow administrators to create users and groups, set up ALM connection, Ldap and SMTP, and other ETL Server configurations.
13UtilitiesThis menu contains add-on features that can be used in test cases. To understand what they are, refer to their respective help sections: Import Wizard, File Watcher, Lookups, File Sync, Upload Files, and Pick Lists.
14Logs menuThis menu allows users to open Client and Server logs.
15Help menuThis menu contains options to view the ETL help and provides access to the Support portal for knowledge base articles.
16<User> menuThis menu allows the logged in user to change preferences, user credentials, and container.
17StatusThis menu allows to verify the availability of Server, Repository, and Workschema.

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