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Cancelling All Scripts
Choosing the Protocols to Include in a Script
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3. Click OK.
4. Click OK in the Generating Scripts dialog box (after Robot finishes generating
the script).
Cancelling All Scripts in a Multi-Script Session
To cancel all of the scripts in a session and stop recording:
1. During recording, click the Stop button on the Session Record floating toolbar.
2. Click OK in the Stop Recording dialog box.
3. Immediately click Cancel in the Generating Scripts dialog box.
You probably want to keep a script if you have planned a script in TestManager and
defined properties for it. You can later record over the script and retain the properties
that you have defined.
For information about deleting scripts and sessions, see Deleting Scripts and Sessions on
page 7-26.
Choosing the Protocols to Include in a Script
During network and proxy recording (and to a lesser extent, during API recording),
Robot might capture requests for protocols that you do not want to include in a
script. You can specify the protocols to include in either of the following ways:
Automatically, by selecting Auto Filtering in the Generator Filtering tab of the
Session Record Options dialog box.
Manually, by selecting Manual Filtering in the Generator Filtering tab. If you
select this check box, Robot displays the Manual Filtering dialog box during
script generation, immediately after recording. The following section describes
how to filter protocols manually.
Manually Filtering Protocols
The Manual Filtering dialog box lists in a hierarchical tree the connections that
Robot detected during the recording session. In this dialog box, a connection has
three parts:
The name or IP address of a client
The name or IP address of the server that communicated with the client during
the connection
The protocol of the captured requests and responses issued during the
connection