Thanks for sharing details on the scenario you need to cover.
The different steps in Test Studio has multiple properties
and also some of them changing depending on the step type. This can be confusing in some situation and therefore we have added some additional description at the bottom of the Properties
pane for the currently selected property.
Anyways, let me get to the point of this discussion - the WaitOnElementsTimeout,
which you have enabled will wait for the target element to exist in the DOM tree. Thus, there is no delay in failing the test despite the set timeout, as the element is present on the page but its text content is not yet the expected.
So, that timeout can be used in a situation, when the global wait timeout set
for the quick execution, will not be sufficient for an element to appear on the page.
For the current case - where you need to wait longer time for the text content to change, you can use the property named Timeout
. This will increase the interval of waiting for the conditions of the particular step - in this case wait for the text content to change.
Please, give this a try and let me know if this covers the test script requirements or further assistance is required.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.