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Squish tip of the week: How to Record after a Breakpoint
Hi Squish Users!
Checkout the latest Squish Tip of the Week on our blog: How to Record after a Breakpoint
In some cases, it is necessary to extend an existing test case with further actions. But it would be tedious to have to re-record the entire test from scratch. For example, just to click an additional icon or button in the test.
One solution it to edit the test script and add in a few lines with the additional actions that are required. However, sometimes it is more convenient to simply record the extra actions at the point in the script where they are required.
Recording within an existing test is possible by placing a breakpoint in an existing test script at the point where the newly recorded actions should be inserted. Once the breakpoint is in place, execute the test which will then stop running as soon as the breakpoint is reached.
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