QTP Recovery Objects - Associated Properties

Object Identification in QTP Automation testing 

Description

Returns the number of recovery scenarios associated with the current test.

Syntax

Recovery.Count

Return Value

Number

Example

The following example uses the Count property to return the number of recovery scenarios associated with the current test and then uses this information to perform various operations on the scenarios.

msgbox Recovery.Count,, "Number of Recovery Scenarios"

msgbox Recovery,, "Is Recovery enabled?"

for Iter = 1 to Recovery.Count

       Recovery.GetScenarioName Iter, ScenarioFile, ScenarioName

       Position = Recovery.GetScenarioPosition( ScenarioFile, ScenarioName )

       msgbox Recovery.GetScenarioStatus( Position ),, "Is scenario " & _
       ScenarioName & " from " & ScenarioFile & " enabled ?"

       ScenarioFile = Empty

       ScenarioName = Empty

Next

Description

Recovery default property. Retrieves or sets the status of the recovery scenario mechanism for the current test.

Syntax

To retrieve the recovery scenario mechanism status:

Recovery.Enabled

or

Recovery

To set the recovery scenario mechanism status:

Recovery.Enabled =Status

or

Recovery =Status


Argument

Type

Description

Status

Boolean

The status of the specified scenario (True = enabled or False = disabled).

Example

The following example uses the Enabled property to check the status of the recovery mechanism, and enables it if it is disabled. It then activates any recovery scenarios associated with the test, and then returns the recovery mechanism to its former status.

MyCurrentStatus=Recovery.Enabled
If Not( MyCurrentStatus ) Then
Recovery.Enabled=True
End If
Recovery.Activate
Recovery = MyCurrentStatus

Note: You could omit the word Enabled in the statement above, because Enabled is the default property for the Recovery object.

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