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how to disable errors in controller

is there any way to disable the errors that are coming in the controller machine when we are doing a test.
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Re: how to disable errors in controller

You can control the errors in script either through run time settings or inserting error handling logic. Based on your control logic put in scripts it will be shown as stopped in controller but there wont be any errors shown.... However this is tedious process to carry out it in each and every script but you can write a generic exception logic.

I doubt if there is any option in controller to disable errors.
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Re: how to disable errors in controller

You can control the errors in script either through run time settings or inserting error handling logic. Based on your control logic put in scripts it will be shown as stopped in controller but there wont be any errors shown.... However this is tedious process to carry out it in each and every script but you can write a generic exception logic.

I doubt if there is any option in controller to disable errors.

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Re: how to disable errors in controller

Just curious why you'd want to disable the errors?
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