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Assigning a Prefix to IIOP Command IDs
Setting Script Generation Options
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Assigning a Prefix to IIOP Command IDs and Including IORs in
IIOP_bind
If you are recording IIOP requests, you can have Robot automatically assign an
identifying prefix to IIOP emulation command IDs. You can also include the
original IORs in
iiop_bind
commands.
To assign an identifying prefix or to include the original IORs in
iiop_bind
commands:
1. Click
Tools
Tools
Tools
Tools
Session Record Options
Session Record Options
Session Record Options
Session Record Options
.
2. Click the
Generator per protocol
Generator per protocol
Generator per protocol
Generator per protocol
tab.
3. Select
IIOP
IIOP
IIOP
IIOP
at the
Protocol
Protocol
Protocol
Protocol
section, and then select one or more of the following:



Use operation name to prefix emulation command IDs
Use operation name to prefix emulation command IDs
Use operation name to prefix emulation command IDs
Use operation name to prefix emulation command IDs
Select this check box to have Robot automatically prefix the command IDs
with the operation being invoked. This applies to the
iiop_invoke
command. The prefix allows TestManager reports to be filtered by
operation. The prefix that you set here overrides the
Command ID prefix
Command ID prefix
Command ID prefix
Command ID prefix
in
the
Generator
Generator
Generator
Generator
tab.



Include original IORs in iiop_bind commands
Include original IORs in iiop_bind commands
Include original IORs in iiop_bind commands
Include original IORs in iiop_bind commands
Select this check box to make the
ior
argument of every scripted
iiop_bind
emulation command contain the stringified form of the IOR
originally recorded for that object reference. The
ior
argument is required
by the IOR bind modus. Clearing this box will shorten scripts, but you will
have to manually enter the
ior
argument value when using the IOR bind
modus.
tux_tpconnect
tcon
tux_tpsubscribe
tsub
tux_tpdequeue
tdeq
tux_tpsuspend
tsus
tux_tpdisconnect
tdis
tux_tpterm
tter
tux_tpenqueue
tenq
tux_tpunsubscribe
tuns
tux_tpgetrply
tget
Command
Prefix
Command
Prefix
*
tacaR
applies when
tux_tpacall
involves a request only. When
tux_tpacall
involves both a request and the reply (request/reply turnaround), the prefix is
tacaT
. This
is used for asynchronous request timing only and is never assigned to an emulation
command.