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    Re Browser NewPage timeout

    User Carl Nagle (Carl.Nagle@sas.com.nospam) posted:

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    Re: Re Browser NewPage timeout

    User Alex Ivanov (ali@dins.ru.nospam) posted:

    Hello all,
    I have a question about using the Browser command. I have a several
    situations when I call

    Browser NewPage,"",""

    and this command returns timeout - page doesn't fully loaded.
    Can I catch this timeout and make refresh of such page?
    Is the any other way to process page downloading timeouts?

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    Best regards,
    Alexey
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    Re: Re Browser NewPage timeout

    User (kwphipps@statestreet.com.nospam) posted:


    I do not believe so. In order to catch the problem, you'll need to test for
    page existence by testing for objects on the page within a timeout loop
    that you create your self.

    Pseudo Code ---

    Do until elapsed time > 60 seconds

    Result = SqaWaitForObject("Object rec string",1000)
    If result = sqaSuccess then
    page_is_loaded = 1
    exit loop
    End If
    Loop

    If page_is_loaded = 1 then
    do this
    Else
    do this
    End if

    Ken Phipps



    Alex Ivanov
    <ali@dins.ru> To: "SQA Suite Team Test Users" <sqa-suite-users@lyris.dundee.net>
    cc:
    10/11/2001 Subject: Browser NewPage timeout
    12:23 PM
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    Hello all,
    I have a question about using the Browser command. I have a several
    situations when I call

    Browser NewPage,"",""

    and this command returns timeout - page doesn't fully loaded.
    Can I catch this timeout and make refresh of such page?
    Is the any other way to process page downloading timeouts?

    --
    Best regards,
    Alexey
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