CLoftin wrote:Hello eValid.
This product looks like a neat system.
But I have this question that comes from my prior work with Selenium.
Does eValid have the equivalent of a "fluid wait".
Thanks for asking CLoftin.
eValid includes an implicit wait on each command that causes a navigation.
The idea is to keep the test playback synchronized with operations of the browser.
Here is an explanation of ALL of the types of sync's available: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... mmary.html
Plus, there is an "explicit wait" command, Wait.
This will force a delay of a certain length, multiplied by the wait time multiplier setting.
If you don't want to have that time variable there is fixed-time Delay command which isn't modified by the wait time multiplier.
The notion of a fluid wait in evalid is equivalent to a command that causes synchronization.
The most commonly used synchronization command is to SyncOnSelectedObjProperty, and its "negative" command SyncNotOnSelectedObjProperty.
This is very powerful and is very effective for AJAX page testing.
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