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  1. Hi Dayane-- I would recommend trying to craft...

    Hi Dayane--

    I would recommend trying to craft locators that are unique. With the "multiple locators" option, you'll always get the first match, which is not very reliable (especially if there are...
  2. Hi Fred-- Which version of the IEDriver are...

    Hi Fred--

    Which version of the IEDriver are you using?

    Thanks
    Joel
  3. No, they cannot. There is a "local" archive...

    No, they cannot. There is a "local" archive server that is provided out of the box for Studio-run tests, but in order to store them to a remote archive server, you'll need to use STC.

    Thanks
    Joel
  4. What does your farm/pool/browser configuration...

    What does your farm/pool/browser configuration look like?

    Thanks
    Joel
  5. Hi-- You are using a WebDriver-based scenario,...

    Hi--

    You are using a WebDriver-based scenario, which means that in order to run against target browsers, you will need to create a selenium server farm that is configured with the appropriate...
  6. One approach you might consider is to use...

    One approach you might consider is to use BrowserStack/SauceLabs. They offer the ability to test against a large number of browsers and devices, all without emulation (definitely more reliable than...
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    Ah, right, the ST API will still only exist in...

    Ah, right, the ST API will still only exist in the original context. Once you switch tabs, you'll probably have to rely on the webdriver.io APIs to interact with elements on the new context. We have...
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    Hi-- The default context uses webdriverio...

    Hi--

    The default context uses webdriverio behind the scenes, so you might try swithTab() instead:
    http://webdriver.io/api/window/switchTab.html

    Thanks
    Joel
  9. When running your tests from STC, the results...

    When running your tests from STC, the results should be saved to whatever root is specified for the Server/Key combination that you specify.
  10. Hi Dylan-- Yes, you can connect to remote test...

    Hi Dylan--

    Yes, you can connect to remote test archive servers (assuming that you have access to them). Please see here for instructions on setting up and getting your archive server running with...
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    Yes, that should work just fine. There shouldn't...

    Yes, that should work just fine. There shouldn't be anything in the output from the Event Recorder that is browser-specific.

    Thanks!
    Joel
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    Hi Fred-- You can use IE 11 + WebDriver via...

    Hi Fred--

    You can use IE 11 + WebDriver via STC. The compatibility matrix is for using the WebDriver-based Event Recorder. Running the tests does not have the same limitations, so you should be...
  13. Hi Dylan-- Have you tried getUrl()? ...

    Hi Dylan--

    Have you tried getUrl()?

    https://docs.sencha.com/sencha_test/2.2.0/api/ST.html#method-getUrl

    Thanks!
    Joel
  14. Hi- For mouse events, you could use ST.play: ...

    Hi-

    For mouse events, you could use ST.play:



    Re: drag and drop, that's not something built in currently, although we are working on it. You could experiment with running the chain of events...
  15. Hi-- Associating page objects with individual...

    Hi--

    Associating page objects with individual pages is a pretty common pattern, but we do recognize the need for being able to associate page objects with particular "states" of a single-page web...
  16. Hi-- Thanks for the detailed description. ...

    Hi--

    Thanks for the detailed description.

    Currently, page objects are associated (ultimately) by their URLs. So if you are using the Inspect feature for the same URL on multiple occasions, any...
  17. Hi David-- There's nothing currently built...

    Hi David--

    There's nothing currently built into Test that would support this. However, if you were able to execute the necessary bits to run AutoIt from Node JS, you could use a WebDriver-based...
  18. Sounds good! Let me know if there's anything else...

    Sounds good! Let me know if there's anything else I can assist with regarding this issue. Thanks!
  19. Hi-- Do you have an alert() occurring within...

    Hi--

    Do you have an alert() occurring within your application? With geckodriver, an exception like this will be thrown if a native modal dialog is encountered that wasn't issued from WebDriver....
  20. Hi-- This is expected behavior. For in-browser...

    Hi--

    This is expected behavior. For in-browser scenarios, the Sencha Test API, the spec code, and the application code all execute within the same context (in this case, the local browser). For...
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    Hi Ramesh-- Do you have an example of this...

    Hi Ramesh--

    Do you have an example of this behavior that we can reproduce? For example, one of the examples from the kitchensink that demonstrates the same issue? Also, what kind of scenario is...
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    Hi-- Currently, there is unfortunately no way...

    Hi--

    Currently, there is unfortunately no way to disable this behavior. We do have an improvement request logged for this, so hopefully the behavior will be improved in a future release.

    Thanks...
  23. Hi-- Currently, this isn't possible, but we do...

    Hi--

    Currently, this isn't possible, but we do have a feature request for it.
    Thanks!
    Joel
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    Hi Ramesh-- Glad it's helping! RE: Event...

    Hi Ramesh--

    Glad it's helping!

    RE: Event Recorder, it's possible there might be some functionality sharing between the two in the future. However, best practices would be to use the API...
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    Hi Ramesh-- Yes, this indicates that there are...

    Hi Ramesh--

    Yes, this indicates that there are more than one component with the text of "Add". To get a unique locator, you can open the "Locator Wizard" (click the locator string in the "Locator"...
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