OK, your sync for AJAX is super, but what I want to do it to NOT sync, but instead simulate an aggressive user who doesn't wait for anything.
Can eValid do that?
Look forward to reading the answer to this.
Interesting question JoesphS, thanks for asking.
What you are asking is, can eValid do a kind of partial sync?
If you rely just on the built-in synchronization logic, then the next command won't start until the page is fully loaded. That is, both "document complete" is true AND all of the wrapped download threads are done.
With a stable page yes, you can fire off an AJAX query and NOT wait for synchronization...of course, at your own peril.
The best way to do this is to sequence in a set of Delay commands, e.g. "Delay 10" (delays playback for 10 msec = 0.01 sec).
Or you could just not do that at all and shoot a set of actions into the page as fast as you want. You can turn off the navigation synchronization by using the NO_NAV tag on commands that may produce a navigation...as described here: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... ation.html
Fair warning: Playback can be very messy if you turn off the built-in navigation synchronization logic.
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