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Timing Events for a Class or Subclass

Timing Events During Mapping
2. In the Maximum wait for idle box, type a new value, in seconds.
Timing Events for a Class or Subclass of Controls During Mapping
To control the timing of events for an entire class or subclass of controls during
mapping, you can set the WaitInterval property for the object class or subclass.
To specify a value for the WaitInterval property for an object class or subclass:
1. In the application map, right-click a UI object that belongs to the object class or
subclass for which you want to adjust timing, and then click Go To UI Library
on the shortcut menu.
2. In the Properties view, click Shared.
3. Click the Value field for WaitInterval, and then type in the number of seconds
for TestFactory to wait after it exercises a control that belongs to this object class.
During mapping, TestFactory waits the specified number of seconds after
exercising a control before it continues to map.
4. To use the WaitInterval value as the absolute wait time, instead of the minimum
wait time, click Application Mapper in the Properties view, and then change the
UseWaitForIdle property value to No.
NOTE: If the AUT is a Java application or applet, the Application Mapper
tab displays the Extended WaitInterval box, which contains a 0.50-second
default value. The StartAUT WaitInterval box displays a 20.00-second
default value. TestFactory changes these values so that mapping does not time
out waiting for the JVM to become idle.
WaitInterval property
NOTE: Because WaitInterval is a Shared property, TestFactory also imposes
the WaitInterval value that you specify during Pilot runs.
UseWaitForIdle property