RCharley wrote:Good morning all.
I have scripts with lots of parameters ... how does eValid solve this?
Thanks for posting your question RCharley.
Here is a possible answer: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... tract.html
The key idea here is that you can off-load extracting values from a separate file and instantiating them into your script in real time.
OK, in simpler terms what this does is give you an expanded way to populate values into your script from files that you can manage externally.
You can have a script with these value extraction commands in it and have a separate file -- or sets of files -- that determine the exact content of the script as it is played back, with these values inserted at playback time.
Hope this helps.
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