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Handling Recovery Scenario.
As per my basic understanding of the term "Recovery Scenario" ,It just an approach to handle the Unexpected results of the particular scenario.
For example:-While navigate thru a Site ,that site got crash and we did'nt get as expected.
In the similar fashion a "webedit object" is not get recognized during run time.
Before doing the Automation we have to think for all the Unexpected result for the particular scenario and hanle it accordingly.
Can you please provide me a link or any tips so I can get all the possible Unexpected behiour of an Web object or scenario and handled it accordingly.
Its really a great help to me.
Re: Handling Recovery Scenario.
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There are so many people on the forum, you should not direct your queries just to me. People will still answer but it does not look good.
And for you query. There are so many possible errors that can occur and there is no point handling all of them. A script would need maintanence in case of changes and you would not want scenarios to built for that case. Most common scenarios would be
- Object not found in WebList
- Object not found
- IE security popups
- IE password window
- Any popup window
There could some more specific to your application also.