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Last Updated: 12 Jun 2019 12:54 by Thong
Created by: Thong
Comments: 0
Type: Bug Report
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Hi,

I ran a performance test first on IE, then on Chrome. When used the Compare feature, if I put IE first then Chrome I get a set of results. If I swap the order with Chrome first then IE, the pass/fail check marks are totally different. Shouldn't a pass check mark is for when then timing difference between the two browsers are less than the threshold, no matter which browser is put at the top? what I saw was a test step may have a pass check mark but when I flipped the order of the browsers then it got a failed mark even though the delta is exactly the same.

Thanks,

Thong
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Last Updated: 30 May 2019 15:00 by Tetsu

Visual Studio behaves differently when using the PresentationCore.dll and on scaling different than 100% - here is some additional information about the Microsoft DPIHelper class

Using this one somehow interferes with how Test Studio and the Testing Framework handles the different display scaling settings and causes some actions to be performed on wrong element. 

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Last Updated: 17 Jan 2019 15:10 by ADMIN
Created by: Thong
Comments: 1
Type: Bug Report
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Hi,

One of my element has the following find logic:

XPath        is exactly      //td/input[@title[contains(., 'End Date (Month Day Year)')]]

 

When I ran my script I got the error below:

Exception thrown executing coded step: 'Enter Leave Request To Date in 'LeaveRequestToDateText''.
'//td/input[@title[contains(. 'End Date (Month Day Year)')]]' has an invalid token.

 

I notice that the find logic expression displayed in the error message has a missing comma. Do you know why?

 

Thanks,

Thong

Pending Review
Last Updated: 15 Jan 2019 13:25 by Matthew

When used in code Wait.For() certain element's attribute state, does not respect the timeout set to wait. 

Additional details shared internally.