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Using Loop with WAPT 6.0

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Previously I had used WAPT 5.0 built Jan 29, 2009.

When a new profile was created the 'initial', 'main' & 'final' were created automatically.

Then when recording the user test, the recorded pages would be under the 'main'.

The user could then move the needed pages to 'initial' or 'final' for the login and logout actions.

 

With WAPT 6.0 build Sept 9, 2009 the 'Loop' action needs to be used since the 'initial', 'main' and 'final' are no longer created automatically. The problem comes when having to drag & drop every single page into the needed section. With over 300+ pages that need to go in main, this is extremely time consuming.

I have not found a way to highlight & then drag & drop more than 1 page at a time OR

force the new recorded pages to be placed in main. Is there any other way to get the pages recorded to go into main other than using drag&drop 1 page at a time?

 

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Previously I had used WAPT 5.0 built Jan 29, 2009.

When a new profile was created the 'initial', 'main' & 'final' were created automatically.

Then when recording the user test, the recorded pages would be under the 'main'.

The user could then move the needed pages to 'initial' or 'final' for the login and logout actions.

 

With WAPT 6.0 build Sept 9, 2009 the 'Loop' action needs to be used since the 'initial', 'main' and 'final' are no longer created automatically. The problem comes when having to drag & drop every single page into the needed section. With over 300+ pages that need to go in main, this is extremely time consuming.

I have not found a way to highlight & then drag & drop more than 1 page at a time OR

force the new recorded pages to be placed in main. Is there any other way to get the pages recorded to go into main other than using drag&drop 1 page at a time?

 

We are going to implement this posbility soon, possibly, in our new build.

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