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[QF-Test] General Question about wait in QFTest


  • Subject: [QF-Test] General Question about wait in QFTest
  • From: "Melody Norsworthy" <mnorsworthy@?.com>
  • Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 14:04:06 -0500

I have an application that takes quite a bit of time to complete a process.  There is no popup after the end of the process.  Some of the components on the screen change when it is complete.  For example, when the process is complete the items that are unavailable under the Configurations Tab are then available and the progress bar goes to 100%.  Below is a screenshot of the process that I'm working with. 
 
Since the Check Image is not working for me in release 2.0.2, I am wondering if there is a sleep or wait function that I could use.  I could sleep for 1 or more minutes and then proceed as expected.  I have searched the documentation and cannot find a way to "sleep" for a certain time period. Any help is appreciated.
 
Sincerely,
 
 

Melody Norsworthy
Crossroads Systems, Inc.
Main: 512.349.0300
Direct: 512.928.7241
Fax: 512.928.7401

mnorsworthy@?.com
www.crossroads.com

 
 
 
 

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