VBA Out of Memory error when recording a large script

VBA Out of Memory error when recording a large script

Due to a limitation of the Microsoft VBA editor, a single TestPartner script cannot exceed 65,000 lines of code. If this limit is exceeded during script recording, TestPartner stops recording without notification. If this limit is exceeded and discovered during compilation of the script, TestPartner displays an "Out of Memory" message from VBA.To work around this issue, consider using a driver script, or dividing a long script into multiple scripts and using the Run( ) method to call each script. See TestPartner's online help for information about driver scripts and the Run( ) method.

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