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How to record optional argument in RDP Protocol

Hi all,

I have a RDP script where rdp_sync_on_image function is getting recorded more than 2000 times. Below is the example.

rdp_sync_on_image("X",

"WaitFor=Appear",

"AddOffsetToInput=Default",

IMAGEDATA

.....

);

Now while recording "tolerance" argument didn't get captured , so i have to  go to each and every rdp_sync_on_image step and add it manually. 

Can anyone help me an easier way to do it.

Thanks.

 

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Re: How to record optional argument in RDP Protocol

Can anyone please help me with this as it is very critical for me.
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Re: How to record optional argument in RDP Protocol

Hi @vivek8 ,

Regarding tolerance in RDP steps, the correct way is setting the tolerance value from the script's RTS setting, this is a global setting for the entire script, if some of specific step need different tolerance value, then you should edit that step separately.

see below snapshot:

rdp_tolerance.png

 

 

 

 

 

Hope this can help!

 

Regards,

Penn

 
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Re: How to record optional argument in RDP Protocol

Hi Zhipeng Wang,
Totally Agreed with you . But the main argument which i wanted to add in the script is fail step if not found . That option i am not able to see in run time settings.
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