Joe can you explain how to do that as i am using QTP (But now not frequently as i have to work on test cases and some manual testing).
I have written one script and i kept that script on run in night but sometimes if any popup window or antivirus update comes up it stops the process.
Need suggestion how we will do in QTP as well as in Winrunner.
Also is there any one specific answer to exception handling
If i say yes and did explain one way it may be possible that there is another way and that might be more efficient but i was not knowing then what to say.
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Subash - ask your question in a separate thread, in the QTP forum.
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Post separated and moved to QTP forum.
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Welcome to the QTP forum. Try doing a search on exception handling in this particular forum. You may be surprised at what you find.
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