General Playback page
You use the General Playback page to set script playback options, such as the amount of time Functional Tester looks for an object and waits before trying to find an object again. You can also elect to skip all verification points in the script.
The General Playback page has the following controls:
In the Use Default field for each control, clear the check box to edit the value in the field or select the check box to restore the default value.
- Show exception dialog
- The exception dialog box is displayed if an exception occurs during playback.
- Perform playback in interactive mode
- To resolve common runtime situations dynamically.
- Maximum time to attempt to find Test Object
- The maximum amount of time, in seconds, that Functional Tester attempts to find an object. See example.
- Pause between attempts to find Test Object
- Indicates, in seconds, how long Functional Tester waits before trying to find an object again. See example.
- Skip Verification Points
- When selected, skips all verification points in the script.
- Timeout used in waitForExistence( ) method
- Indicates, in seconds, the maximum amount of additional time that Functional Tester waits (after time specified in Maximum time to attempt to find test object) for an object. For example, this setting is useful when waiting for an application to open. The waitForExistence( ) method must be explicitly stated in the script.
- Retry time used in waitForExistence( ) loop
- Indicates, in seconds, the interval between attempts to find an object. If Functional Tester does not find an object, it continues to try until the time specified in Timeout used in waitForExistence( ) method has expired.
- Restore Defaults
- Restores the default values on this page.
- Saves the edits you made without closing the dialog box.
To open: Click Window > Preferences. In the left pane, expand Functional Test and click Playback.