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Is there a way to interpret XML files when Description.tclog is missing?

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Is there a way to interpret XML files when Description.tclog is missing?

Is there a way to interpret XML files when Description.tclog is missing?



The reason the file is missing is because of the way we are running our tests at the moment. We restart our computer at specific time prior to beginning the next test. If an error occurs in Test Complete there is no way that I know of to close the error, so when the computer restarts without closing the error we don't get the complete log.



Maybe there is a way to close the error dialog if it comes up and stop the test?



Otherwise is there a way to take what is created by the log and make it readable?



Thanks
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RE: Is there a way to interpret XML files when Description.tclog is missing?

Hi,



You can export logs to an XML file before restarting and then work with this file (see the "Exporting Test Results" help topic).



As for error dialogs, you can avoid them by handling exceptions in your script (see the "Handling Exceptions in Scripts" help topic).
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