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Controls in the Manual Filtering Dialog Box

Choosing the Protocols to Include in a Script
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Controls in the Manual Filtering Dialog Box
The Manual Filtering dialog box has the following controls:
Control Name
Purpose
Sort Order
Sort Order
Sort Order
Sort Order
Changes the hierarchical order in which protocol, client, and
server names are listed in the tree.
Protocol
Protocol
Protocol
Protocol
Changes the type of requests that Robot generates for the
currently selected connection in the tree. Robot converts the
protocol in the current connection to the protocol type that you
specify in Protocol
Protocol
Protocol
Protocol.
Typically, you do not want to convert captured protocols.
Include
Include
Include
Include, Exclude
Exclude
Exclude
Exclude
Includes or excludes selected items in the script that Robot is
generating.
Tree
Tree
Tree
Tree
Displays the protocol, client, and server names that Robot
captures during recording. Also indicates whether items are
marked for inclusion in or exclusion from the script.
Items that Robot includes in the script are shaded red.
Items that Robot excludes from the script are clear (white).
If an item is partially shaded red, some items are included and
some are excluded.
When you click an item in the tree, you select that item and also
any items below that item.
Click the + icon to expand a branch, and click the - icon to close
a branch.
To change the hierarchical order of the protocol, client, and
server names, select a new order in Sort Order
Sort Order
Sort Order
Sort Order.
Robot detects and displays the names of the clients and servers
involved in the conversations. If the names cannot be resolved,
Robot displays IP addresses.
OK
OK
OK
OK, Cancel
Cancel
Cancel
Cancel
Confirms or cancels any changes that you have made in this
dialog box and then closes the dialog box. When you close the
dialog box, requests represented by shaded items are generated
to the script.