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stevig
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Recording with OATS
      #646003 - 10/19/10 01:16 PM

One more newbie question. When recording with OATS, is it possible to not record the login every time? I would like to set up a series of tests, where the first test logs in and the rest run as separate tests on the same login.

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ajithcharles
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Re: Recording with OATS [Re: stevig]
      #657513 - 01/24/11 05:44 AM

Yes stevig
Its possible.
OATS provides a databank feature to do so.

If i get your question right, you can possibly store all the logins in a .csv file and then map the fields to the column values and achieve the same.

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DenisJ
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Re: Recording with OATS [Re: stevig]
      #657615 - 01/25/11 12:02 AM

Hi,

You have mentioned OATS but what is the tool which you are using in OATS.

OFT
Open Script
PTF

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stevig
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Re: Recording with OATS [Re: DenisJ]
      #659824 - 02/09/11 09:51 AM

Thanks for the replies. I was using openscript in the 9.0 version when I submitted the original post. I am now evaluating 9.2.

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