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On-Screen Events During a Pilot Run

Setting Up and Running Pilots
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Making Best Script Verification Unavailable
After a Pilot generates a best script, TestFactory runs the script to verify that it
contains no script segments that uncover defects or unexpected active windows, and
to calculate more accurate code coverage results for the best script. Script verification
can significantly increase the duration of a Pilot run. You can shorten Pilot runs by
making the best script verification feature unavailable.
To make the best script verification feature unavailable:
1. Click Tools > Options, and then click the Pilots tab.
2. Under Options, clear the Verify best scripts check box.
3. Click OK.
After you make best script verification unavailable, your Pilots will take less time to
run. However, without verification, you run the risk of generating best scripts that
uncover defects or unexpected active windows when you run them later.
Starting the Pilot Run
Once you have modified the settings for the Pilot run, you can start it on your local
machine.
To start the Pilot run:
Click Start at the bottom of the Pilot properties page.
On-Screen Events During a Pilot Run
After you start a Pilot run, the TestFactory window closes, a mask dims the screen
and displays the Running Pilot message. The following figure shows the Pilot progress
bar that opens at the bottom of the screen.
NOTE: After the run starts, do not try to use the keyboard or mouse unless you
want to stop the Pilot run.