Tell me how eValid reruns a test that fails initally

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Tell me how eValid reruns a test that fails initally

Postby BStader » Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:37 pm

Afternoon.

How is it done, in eValid's system, to rerun a test in case it FAILs the first time?

Please be explicit.


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Re: Tell me how eValid reruns a test that fails initally

Postby eValid » Fri Jan 13, 2017 7:21 am

BStader wrote:Afternoon.

How is it done, in eValid's system, to rerun a test in case it FAILs the first time?

Please be explicit.


Thanks


Fair question BStader.

The feature in eValid that allows you to intercept miss-behaving tests is the ON<flag> command.

What this command does is set up an alternative script that takes over when various conditions occur.

You have flags for Alarm, Timeout, Error, and Warning.

Basically, you set up a condition in your script, e.g. OnErrorGoSript <name>, where <name> is a "recovery script" and once this command is executed after that point if any ERROR occurs, then control is interrupted and transferred to the script <name>.

OK, now you've intercept the error...the most common thing to put in the recovery script is an Email command that sends a specific message to a particular email account.

So there you have all the parts:

The ability to intercept playback due to an anomaly, and the ability to notify someone (your user, perhaps) when a problem has been detected.

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