Error is triggering only when i'm executing the test from QAComplete but when i'm running the same test from TestComplete it's running perfect, not sure how to debug that because it's only triggering while running from QAComplete.
Any more info about the variable that causes the problem? Where it is initialized? How? With what value? Is this a project/project suite variable? How it is used? Anything else that might provide others with some insights instead of just guessing?
And what line errors out?
a) AuthPage is an object, so
must be changed to
b) PageObjExists return value is undefined if Else branch for the
condition is executed;
c) As sPage parameter of the PageObjExists() function is an object, I am not sure what the result of string and object concatenation will be at the
Log.Error "PAGE NOT FOUND: "&sPage
line of code.
a. sorry about typo , i've used: Set sMainPage=Aliases.browser.AuthPage.
b. Should i use "on error resume next"??
c.trying the object to return a boolen value.
Please see the updated code. what i'm trying to do is , when user log in to the system it takes some time to load th page, so i'm waiting for the page to load if page found then checking for the object
note: this code works fine when running from test complete, throwing error when running from qacomplete
> Should i use "on error resume next"??
No. This is highly not recommended practice that may be used with extreme care in certain cases only. The reason is that the real place and actual error are hidden and this significantly complicates the search of the error root when the code fails somewhere later.
> throwing error
Where? At what line? What is the contents of the Additional Info pane in the test log?
Hi Alex, it's throwing error right after Click the button to log in and then i'm calling that function to verify,,,,, please see the attachment. Please Note: that this is not reproduceable in TestComplete not sure why, it runs perfect, only when we try to run from QAComplete, so unable to debug this
> so unable to debug this
Try to use the Runner.Pause() method (https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/testing-with/debugging/general-info/activating-debug...).
In the worst case, use ages old debugging technique called 'debug print' and add Log.Message() calls to your code to get the values of the needed variables and to be able to trace what areas of your code were executed and where the failure occurs.
> please see the attachment
What is the contents of the Additional Info panel in test log for the error line?
What is the contents of the Call Stack panel?
What exact line of code errors out?
What is the context of execution? What does test code do after clicking the button? What are the values of parameters?