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Setting Unexpected Active Window Options

Playing Back GUI Scripts
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3. To specify what Robot should do if it encounters a failure, click one of the
following options under both On script command failure and On verification
point failure:
Continue execution Continues playback of the script.
Skip current script Terminates playback of the current script. If the script with
the failure was called from another script, playback resumes with the command
following the
CallScript
command.
Abort playback Terminates playback of the current script. If the script with
the failure was called from another script, the calling script also terminates.
4. Click OK or change other options.
Failures are stored in the log.
Setting Unexpected Active Window Options
An unexpected active window is any unplanned window that appears during script
playback and prevents the expected window from being made active (for example,
an error message from the network or application-under-test). These windows can
interrupt playback and cause false failures.
To set options to specify how Robot responds to unexpected active windows:
1. Open the GUI Playback Options dialog box. (See Setting GUI Playback Options
on page 9-4.)
2. Click the Unexpected Active Window tab.