Does eValid have a way to recover from tests that fail?
How does it work?
Thanks in advance.
Recovery from dynamic tests is always important, and eValid provides a very simple way to deal with recovery.
The idea we use is to set a "flag" that intercepts the normal script playback flow in case of an error.
The flag can be set based on an error, a message or other event.
The eValid commands involved are:
Once these commands are executed ANY Error/Timeout/Warning even in the script playback will cause the test to executed the named script.
The recovery script can do the needed recovery steps, including doing a command line call to a batch script or a "PSKill" operation.
In addition to this capability, there is a built-in provision to send an alarm message, as documented here: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... alarm.html
Hope helps you get past your difficulties.
-- eValid Support