Chapter 31

Recovery Scenario and Error Handler

Automated test scripts are developed to run in batches in an unattended mode. However, when tests are run in unattended mode, many unforeseen run-time issues can occur. These issues can completely stop the execution of the test suite and can disrupt the results. For example, occurrence of an unexpected pop-window during run-time can cause the complete test suite to fail. If these run-time issues are not handled, then they become regular phenomena that greatly impact the regression runs. Continuous failure of the regression runs becomes a showstopper for the automation team and defeat the basic objective of test automation. It is very essential to make sure that run-time errors are properly handled. ...

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