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I'm trying to use CTRL + G and its not working. I have a test script with 2000 lines and scrolling up and down takes a lot of time. I tried clicking Search -> Go To -> Location and that doesn't work either. Please Help!!!

 

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Yes, that is possible 

If you open the goto window in UFT and set for example line 120  then you will be moved to line 120 of the script.

(just to be clear if your test for example has 400 lines and you set go to line 500  it will move you to the last line 400)

 

This is an example of using Go to for jumping to line 60

 

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Hi Pmong,

 

    What are you using as a value in the goto?

 

 

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I'm new to UFT and ALM.  I'm actually not using any statement. I just want to jump to a line instead of scrolling. Is it possible?

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Yes, that is possible 

If you open the goto window in UFT and set for example line 120  then you will be moved to line 120 of the script.

(just to be clear if your test for example has 400 lines and you set go to line 500  it will move you to the last line 400)

 

This is an example of using Go to for jumping to line 60

 

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If you find this useful, mark Kudos.
Note: The Opinions expressed in my post are mine alone, and do not reflect the opinions of my employer. No warranties express or implied for any answered posted.

 

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