This is another WebDriver question, but I think that it's different from the one posted.
What is eValid's equivalent of WebDriver's "Fluent Wait"
A great question GailBon.
In eValid, this is called "dynamic synchronization" and you can perform this on a visible text element, or on an element property.
Please check this page:http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... mmary.html
All of the descriptions that mention "AJAX" involve use of dynamic synchronization, which is what "fluent wait" is in the WebDriver context.
Of interest to note, eValid had this feature as early as 2006 when we first addressed testing complex AJAX applications and encountered the problem of a sync arrivals.
All of the active DOM synchronization capabilities were added in eValid V6 and have been there ever since.
Here is a write up about what WebDriver considers the three kinds of waits:http://toolsqa.com/selenium-webdriver/i ... uent-wait/
-- eValid Support