accelQ supports 2 types of Contexts:
- UI Context
Represents a UI based Context in the application with related visual elements and user actions. This is the type of Context you would be choose when building test assets for a UI based application.
- Library Context
Represents a Stateless Context comprising of general purpose non-UI based Actions. When you work with API or back-end testing, you can create a Library Context and add Actions.
You select the type of Context when you create a Context. Once set, you cannot change the "type".