Run Logic tab

The Run Logic tab, accessed from the bottom of the Development Window, enables you to set the order in which actions run. An action can run more than once in a test.

Run Logic Structure

The following table describes each section of the run logic structure.

Note: You cannot delete any block from the run logic structure

UI Elements Description
Init block

The init block, run once, is the opening sequence of steps to a business process. For example, a login to a Web site.

You can add additional Block steps and Run action steps to build the run logic of your script. For details, see Implement run logic.

By default, the Init Block calls the Init action.

Run block

The Run Block controls the flow of the business process you are recording.

You can add additional Block steps and Run action steps to build the run logic of your script. For details, see Implement run logic.

By default, the Block calls the Action action.

End Block

The end block, run once, is the closing sequence of steps of a business process. For example a logout from a Web site.

You can add additional Block steps and Run action steps to build the run logic of your script. For details, see Implement run logic.

By default, the End Block calls the End action.

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Run Logic steps

You can add run logic steps from the toolbar to build your script flow.

UI Elements Description

Block

 

This function adds a Block step.
 
Arguments. Define the iteration and the mode.
  • Iteration. Set the number times to run the block.
  • Mode. Run the actions in the block, referred to as children, either sequentially or randomly.
Run actions. Click the icon to open the box to enter block actions. Then, drag and drop Run Action steps from the toolbox into the box.
 

Run Action

This functions adds a Run Action step to the script.

In the Arguments section of the step, you specify the Action name you want to call. For details on adding actions, see the Actions tab.

Note: Play from this step will not work for a step that is located in an action which is not part of the run logic.

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