Grammar / Spelling issue in Tutorial 1.2

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CreeTar
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Grammar / Spelling issue in Tutorial 1.2

Post by CreeTar » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:58 am

Issues in Tutorial for Version 6.2 from 30.11.2016
  • Page 71, Test Case Settings, Error Behavior
    Specifies the behavior of the test case and the test suite in case of on error.
    Should be:
    Specifies the behavior of the test case and the test suite in case of an error.
  • Also in the next paragraph
    Set to ’Continue with iteration’ if, in case of an error, the case should not break continue with the next iteration
    That cannot be correct? An error => the case broke. If it should not break, no need to define a "continue" behaviour. So this sentence should be like the ones that follow.
    Set to ’Continue with iteration’ if, in case of an error, the currently running test case should break and the execution should continue with the next iteration
  • Page 109, Ranorex Recorder, User Code Actions and Parameters
    After defining the repository item arguments, the can simply be bound to repository items the same way as any other...
    Should be:
    After defining the repository item arguments, they can simply be bound to repository items the same way as any other...

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Re: Grammar / Spelling issue in Tutorial 1.2

Post by krstcs » Mon Feb 13, 2017 4:27 pm

For the second situation, the verbiage is correct the way it is. It is talking about the test case not breaking, in terms of a software run break, not in terms of an error and something being broken (as in not working correctly). If you look at it from the point of view of the test case that you are setting the value for, then the test case should not break (as in it should not stop running the current iteration and start the next case or iteration), it should continue running the next module after the failed one in the current iteration.
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Re: Grammar / Spelling issue in Tutorial 1.2

Post by Support Team » Wed Feb 15, 2017 2:51 pm

Hello,

Thank you for your input. I have forwarded the spelling issues to the responsible department.

Sincerely,
Bernhard
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