The Storyboard Testing feature includes additional preferences you can modify. I will describes each preference and give an example of how that preference affects your script when the preference is checked and when it is not checked.

Preferences for Application Visuals

The Storyboard Testing preference can be expanded in the left-hand navigation area of the Preference dialog box. Expanding it shows a selection that enables you to change preferences for Application Visuals, as shown in below Figure.

The options within Storyboard Testing for Application Visuals

If this preference is unchecked, the other preferences are not available.

Enable Capturing of Application Visuals

By default, Rational Functional Tester captures application visuals while you are recording. If you click the check box to deselect this preference, application visuals are not recorded for any script you subsequently record. You need to rerecord the script to add application visuals to it. Deselecting this preference also causes the other preferences for Application Visuals to be grayed out.
Insert Data-Driven Commands

If you select to insert data-driven commands, a datapool is associated with your script during recording. As you interact with objects during recording, you can add the objects to the datapool as columns, and the statements include actions to retrieve the data from the datapool instead of using the data you type.

Show Verification Point Dialog

If you select to show Verification Point dialog, the Verification Point wizard dialog box will be presented when you are selecting the Data Verification Points using the Application View.

Enable Capturing of Verification on Test Data

Select the check box to enable the option to capture verification on test data, and during recording, Rational Functional Tester will capture and persist all the verification point data associated with the object available on an application under test page. This will allow you to insert Data Verification Points using the application visuals displayed in the Application View.