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'Stopping' a Test More Quickly

MulgraveTester
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'Stopping' a Test More Quickly

I have a script that has been running over the weekend. When I stop the test on Monday morning (Shift+F2) I get "Stopping...". This dialog remains on screen for several hours and I am still waiting. Presumably it is building the log file.



1) Is there a way to improve the speed of "Stopping"?

2) Can I tell TestComplete to build the log file as it goes so that as soon as the execution stops the log can be inspected?

3) How can I kill this dialog immediately so that I can continue testing? Will interupting it give me the log up to the point of interuption or no log at all?
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karkadil
Valued Contributor

2) Right-click on the Project name, select menu Edit | Properties, then go to the Playback group of options. There you will see the Save log every ... minutes, this is what you are looking for.
MulgraveTester
Frequent Contributor

Thanks Gena, I'll try that.
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