Help with different wait state conditions

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Help with different wait state conditions

Postby ASickner » Thu May 23, 2019 10:29 am

Hi.

Can you help me, I'm confused.

Can an implicit wait and a fluent wait override each other?

What if I just want to wait without concern for what's going on in the web page.

Thanks
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Re: Help with different wait state conditions

Postby eValid » Fri May 24, 2019 10:09 am

ASickner wrote:Hi.

Can you help me, I'm confused.

Can an implicit wait and a fluent wait override each other?

What if I just want to wait without concern for what's going on in the web page.

Thanks


Yes, it can be confusing ASickner.

A implicit wait (that is a WebDriver term for this) is, in eValid, a SyncOn... command.

Here are all of the DOM-value based synchronizations that eValid has:

http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... n.dom.html

Adaptive playback is in effect for all of these.

In addition:

* If you want to wait a specific time, use the command: Wait time, where time is the number of milliseconds to wait.

* If you want to just stop all playback activity then you can use the command: Delay time, where time is the number of milliseconds to stop and the resume.

* If you are in interactive playback mode there is a "Pause" button that you can press to hold playback... it will stay paused until you press "Play" again.

Hope this is helpful.


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