Quick Execution

  1. Click the Execute button in the Quick Execution ribbon.
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    For a Web Test, you can select an alternative web browser first


  3. The Test Studio Test Runner launches first in a command prompt window. This calls the applicable browser or application.
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  5. Notice the display in the lower right of your screen. It indicates the current step, includes play and pause ability, and shows additional Debug Options if you set a Breakpoint.
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  7. Afterwards, test results are automatically displayed. Click View Log for more information.
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  9. Click Toggle Annotation button to have the browser annotate each step with a brief message and by highlighting that step's element. This will also slow the test run down by inserting a delay between steps (in milliseconds) you set from either from the drop-down menu or by entering a custom value.
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  11. There are additional Quick Execution Options you can set. Click Debugging Options icon in the Quick Execution ribbon or the Visual Studio toolbar.
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  13. An easy way to change the default Timeouts for Wait on elements and Client ready.





  14. Customize Auto-Pause Options if errors occur. 
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    Note: To execute the test without the Visual Debugger (i.e. to turn it off) click on Debugger   button.