HNelson wrote:Hi eValid.
I have written scripts for some application.
While testing if some error occurs the test case will fail and again I need to run the script from scratch.
So is there any solution even if error occurs the automation will continue without closing the browser?
Thanks for posting NHelson.
From what you say, it is probably better to clear the cache.
Here is the detailed description of the eValid Cache Manager: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... ement.html
In the most-common use-case eValid will empty the cache AND cookies at start of a test.
This is done to maximize the chance that your test will start in a known starting state.
But, you can control whether [or not] to delete the cache [and/or the cookies], using the options on the Cache Manager.
To avoid conflict, whenever you are running an eValid LoadTest mode, those playbacks always run with the cache deleted after every page download.
That way no eValid instance can ever be in conflict for having used a page that was retrieved by another [parallel executing] copy of eValid.
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