In the latter case you can specify them by a set of URLs.
These functions can be used same way as other WAPT functions to assign values to variables and parameters of any request.
In both cases your code can use the following external objects:
- The recently received web site response in form of HTML DOM structure or as a raw text consisting of the header and body.
This object is available only for reading.
- All WAPT internal variables. You can read their values and set them. In fact, assigning values to the variables is the only
allowed way to provide output from the code. These variables can be used in the subsequent requests.
- Log object. You can write messages to it. They will be displayed in the WAPT log viewer along with the other saved data.
would assign the result of its work to variables that will be used in subsequent requests as their parameters.