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Created By  inflectra.adam Monday, December 29, 2014
When using Rapise, it is often useful to see how Rapise is identifying objects in the Application Under Test (AUT) and if necessary find out why Rapise is not able to locate a specific object. This article outlines how to increase the logging level in Rapise.

Open up Rapise and you will see the Debug part of the main Ribbon:

If you click on the logging dropdown, you will be able to change the level from "1 - Minimal" to "4 - Overflood".

Once you have changed that setting, play or record the test as normal and then you will see trace logging messages in the "Output" pane of Rapise:

You can then copy the text using the "Select All Text" and "Copy Selection" icons and then either analyze them yourself or send them to the Inflectra support help desk if you need additional help.

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  • Last Updated: 12/29/2014
  • Article ID: KB102
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