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TestCaseErrors

This function returns the list containing all the errors before running this function.

Format: TestCaseErrors()

Examples:

{TestCaseErrors()} – This will return errors logged in the test case.

Sample error #1

Value does not resolve to a primitive type: com.provar.core.model.base.java.InvalidExpressionValueImpl\r\nThe required connection name isn’t present. This should come from the containing With Screen API.\r\nThe required connection name isn’t present. This should come from the containing With Screen API.

Sample error #2

The required connection name isn’t present. This should come from the containing With Screen API.\r\nThe required connection name isn’t present. This should come from the containing With Screen API.

Note: If this function is called in a callable test case and the callable test case is called or used in the main test case, then the result will show it will be of the main test case.

Practice


Want to learn more about using this function in Provar? You can use the following sample test case to get started. Simply right-click to download TestCaseErrors.testcase and then drag and drop the test case into the test folder within the Navigator panel of Provar.

Note: Unzip/extract the compressed file before using it in Provar.

For more information, check out this course on University of Provar.

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