In one of our test, we check if a modal window appears.
To achieve this goal, we use a Try/Catch ComponentFoundExeption and in the
try, we use a “Wait for component” with “Wait for absence”
checked. In the catch, we simply close the modal window by clicking on the “Yes”
button. Everything work but, the problem is: this exception is logged in the
Run-Log and we can not understand why.
Do you have an idea to solve this problem? I attach
with the mail our run-log.
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