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    Are you OK with web_sync() function?

    WinRunner 7.01 + WebTest + IE 6.0 + Win2000.

    My web_sync(2000) function failing supposedly due to timeout.
    The same problem with web_sync(2) also.

    Am I the only person with this problem?



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    Re: Are you OK with web_sync() function?

    I have had my fun with web_sync but not your kind of fun.

    I think of web_sync as what you call after the browser starts painting the page to tell you when your really ready to go on. Like waiting for the "Done" on the status line.

    It might take a long time to download a big bitmap or report. If something hangs up (Java Script loop or browser) you could wait forever.

    At a guess*** your not waiting for the correct window to finish. It may be focused on some other window that isn't there or just closed.

    So tell us more about the problem. Pop-up? Multiple windows? error code number? sample code ?

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    Re: Are you OK with web_sync() function?

    I too have had issues with web_sync() -- after calling this function, WR seems to lose track of which window was active (!) Maybe this is normal, but I end up following nearly every web_sync call with a set_window call to avoid problems with WR not recognizing objects. What's the deal here?

    proqa

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    Re: Are you OK with web_sync() function?

    BTW: Win2000 + WR 7.01 + IE 5.x on this side. Also, aside from the active window issue, web_sync() does seem to perform the desired "wait" function on my side.

    -proqa!

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    Re: Are you OK with web_sync() function?

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by apareigis:
    So tell us more about the problem. Pop-up? Multiple windows? error code number? sample code ?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>First GUI statements of CF_ReLogIn() function:
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    if (BrowserSecurityAlert_Set() != 0)
    tl_step("CF_LogIn1()", 1, "BrowserSecurityAlert_Set() failed");

    rc = exception_on("BrowserSecurityAlert");
    web_sync (100);
    #Log Off (if currently logged in):
    set_window ("Browser Child Window", 20);
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    Problem description:
    I am inconsistently getting "web_sync() timeout reached (-10138)" error when my arrow cursor is pointing to the first set_window () statement of CF_ReLogIn() function regardless of a presence of web_sync() here.
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    [This message has been edited by Yury (edited 11-15-2001).]
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