Question about silk\'s built in VerifyProperty function
Currently I use the VerifyProperty function to verify all the fields and labels of a web application. The problem is though if it encounters a discrepancy it will immediately abort the script. What I want is for silk test to note the differences (write down the difference viewer into the log file) and then continue with the script. I have tried constructing a do exept structure to around my verifyProperty statement (this will allow you to handle the exception and I just told it to move on) , but it prevents the verifyProperty function from logging its results in particular the differenc viewer won't be written to the result viewer. Is there a way to have the verifyproperty log its result but not halt the script?