Post-Recovery Test Run Options Page

Relevant for: GUI tests and components

This page enables you to define post-recovery test run options, which specify how to continue the run session after UFT identifies the event and performs all of the specified recovery operations.

Wizard map

The Recovery Scenario Wizard contains:

Welcome > Select Trigger Event Page > (Specify Pop-up Window Conditions Page) > (Select Object Page) > (Set Object Properties and Values Page) > (Select Test Run Error Page) > (Select Processes Page) > Recovery Operations Page > Recovery Operation Page > (Recovery Operation - Click Button or Press Key Page) > (Recovery Operation - Close Processes Page) > (Recovery Operation - Function Call Screen) > Post-Recovery Test Run Options Page > Name and Description Page > Completing the Recovery Scenario Wizard Page

Note: Pages that are in parentheses open according to the option selected in the previous page. Therefore, not all pages are displayed for every option.

Important information

If you chose Restart Microsoft Windows as a recovery operation, you can choose from only the last two test run options.

User interface elements are described below:

UI Elements

Description

Repeat current step and continue

The current step is the step that UFT was running when the recovery scenario was triggered. If you are using the On error activation option for recovery scenarios, the step that returns the error is often one or more steps later than the step that caused the trigger event to occur. Therefore, in most cases, repeating the current step does not cause the trigger event to occur again.

Proceed to next step

Skips the step that UFT was running when the recovery scenario was triggered. Keep in mind that skipping a step that performs operations on your application may cause subsequent steps to fail.

Proceed to next action or component iteration

Stops performing steps in the current action or component iteration and begins the next iteration from the beginning (or from the next action or component if no additional iterations of the current action or component are required).

Proceed to next test iteration

Stops performing steps in the current action or component and begins the next GUI test or business process test iteration from the beginning (or stops the run session if no additional iterations are required).

Restart current test run

Stops performing steps and re-runs the GUI test from the beginning. (Not applicable to business process tests.)

Stop the test run

Stops running the test or component.