Non Exist - > Effective time

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Non Exist - > Effective time

Post by skhanpara » Fri Nov 21, 2014 3:35 pm

Hi Team,

When i use validation NotExists and its a success why does it wait for 1.3min ?

I reduce the search time for the same element but doesn't help.

I am also using the same element for another run and based on the value from the Excel sheet it will Validate Exists and notExists

Please Suggest

Thank you
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Re: Non Exist - > Effective time

Post by Support Team » Mon Nov 24, 2014 3:12 pm

Hi Skhanpara,

The Validate.Exists / Validate.NotExists methods are using the ‘effective timeout’ of an element.
This timeout is actually a combination of all of the ‘search timeout’ values of the object itself and all parents.
In order to make the ‘effective timeout’ even lower you must also reduce the ‘search timeout’ of the parent element.

Please note that adjusting the ‘search timeout’ of the parent element will affect all child elements.

Please find attached some screenshots which illustrate the 'effective timeout'

The default value is 30 seconds for every item.
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If you change them, the 'effective timeout' will also be changed.
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Re: Non Exist - > Effective time

Post by skhanpara » Mon Nov 24, 2014 5:42 pm

Thanks Markus.