Running time of Scripts

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Running time of Scripts

Postby HarryB » Thu Nov 12, 2020 11:26 am

Hi.

How can I determine the Running Time of Specific Scripts?

Thanks
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Re: Running time of Scripts

Postby eValid » Fri Nov 13, 2020 8:37 am

HarryB wrote:Hi.

How can I determine the Running Time of Specific Scripts?

Thanks


Great question HarryB, thanks for asking.

When running scripts at a specific time, it is often very hard to accomplish especially when a lot of work is at hand.

eValid helps the user by automating the process of running specific scripts at a time specified by the user.

This means that the user can run test almost unattended!

Just add the Wait commands in the script:

For all HH commands, the val parameter has a range of 00-23.

For all MM commands, the val parameter has a range of 00-59.

WaitHH [value] - WaitHH will wait for the exact hour specified before running a script.

WaitMM [value] - WaitMM will wait for the exact minute specified before running a script.

WaitModHH [value] - WaitModHH will wait for the next exact hour that is a multiple of 'val' before running a test.

WaitModMM [value] - WaitModMM will wait for the next exact minute that is a multiple of 'val' before running a test.

Once inserted in the script, the Wait commands will not commence until the specified time is reached.


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