It is used to break the loop of Test Case.
It is used to call user-defined Methods (Group of Test Steps clubbed for re-usage or repetitive execution).
The methods can be parameterized according to the user requirements. The user can also call a method from a different file on the local machine or a remote file path, and utilize them into her/his scripts.
It allows users to immediately jump to the next iteration of the loop.
It allows users to exit from the current Test Case/Test Suite/Test Project.
It allows users to exit from a Test Case and switch to the next consecutive Test Case.
It allows users to exit from a Test Project and switch to the next consecutive Test Project.
It allows users to exit from a Test Suite and switch to the next consecutive Test Suite.
It allows users to introduce a user-defined failure of a Test Step/Test Case on some condition evaluation of a test case. Users can define their own failure statement in the Value column of the Fail test command.
It allows users to End a forking process.
It allows users to Start a forking process.
It allows users to stop a defined loop of test steps after achieving a particular result.
It allows users to start a defined loop of test steps to achieve a particular result. To start execution of a loop, the user needs to configure it using Data table.
✔ Standard Loop : It will iterate from the first row of the selected Data table to last row
✔ Custom Loop : User needs to specify Start & End Index from which row the iteration will start and end
It allows users to execute the MS-DOS Commands.
It allows users to execute Linux based commands to FTP Server.
It allows users to stop a While loop.
It allows users to start a While Loop. To execute this loop, the user has to mention the condition for the loop.
It allows users to write the message on the console with different colors as chosen in action column. The options are Black, Blue, Green, Pink, Purple. This feature can be very useful when you want to differentiate message logs in a complex script.
It allows users to Write Source Variables into Target Data Table.