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Arvind Dhiman
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Arvind Dhiman asked on 18 Feb 2013, 06:30 AM
Hi

I want to keep my browser window open after completion of test. Currently, Test Studio closes the browser windows as soon it is finished with the test. Also, I wan to verify the data I have entered in different fields of a form that whether correct data has been entered and saved in the respective field as supplied from a CSV file i.e. I want to use some checkpoints so How can I do the same also?

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Arvind Dhiman
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answered on 20 Feb 2013, 11:13 AM
Hi

Any update on the same please??
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answered on 20 Feb 2013, 02:18 PM
Hi Arvind,

Unfortunately there's no setting to keep the browser open after standard execution, however you can use the Run feature from the Test Step Context Menu
  • To Here - launch the browser, execute the preceding (and selected) test steps, and enter record mode.
  • From Here - execute the subsequent steps in an existing browser instance (must have recording toolbar attached).
  • Selected Steps - execute the selected steps in an existing browser instance (must have recording toolbar attached).

If you want to execute multiple tests in a single browser instance, you can set RecycleBrowser to True in Test List Settings to keep the browser open and reuse the same instance for each test in the list 

You can verify the data entered in a text field by creating a verification step. Please refer to our Verifications section for more information.

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