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How to ”pause” a QA?


JcBorgs

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Is it possible to pause a QA?

 

Have a QA that are doing some different functions, the functions contain a Timeout and then loops to the same function again, or jumps to another function.

 

But I would like to have a button that executes a “Pause/Stop” function which would stop all activities in the QA until another button is pressed which start the OnInit function again.

 

Is this possible?

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13 hours ago, JcBorgs said:

Is it possible to pause a QA?

 

Have a QA that are doing some different functions, the functions contain a Timeout and then loops to the same function again, or jumps to another function.

 

But I would like to have a button that executes a “Pause/Stop” function which would stop all activities in the QA until another button is pressed which start the OnInit function again.

 

Is this possible?

i saw a post long time ago in this forum, with some examples to do it - tried searching for it, but no luck 

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Oninit function starts on every save / edit of the QA, so if you need to run it you need to call it.

1. I guess you have all your timers started at oninit function.

3. Create a function, that will hold all timer startups,and call that function in oninit. In that way you dont need to recall oninit with all other stuff inside, to manage your timers. Also create a flag for holding QA state. (Sorry for typos if there are, i didnt test it.)

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