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Operating Systems AIX issue AIX MPIO path closed Post 303032294 by Phat on Friday 15th of March 2019 02:17:52 AM
1 more question, can we change the path status: clo, sel, act, ... or it is done by mpio default?
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This module is a WWW::Selenium subclass providing some methods useful for writing tests. For each Selenium command (open, click, type, ...) there is a corresponding "<command>_ok" method that checks the return value (open_ok, click_ok, type_ok). For each Selenium getter (get_title, ...) there are four autogenerated methods ("<getter>_is", "<getter>_isnt", "<getter>_like", "<getter>_unlike") to check the value of the attribute. By calling the constructor with "default_names" set to a true value your tests will be given a reasonable name should you choose not to provide one of your own. The test name should always be the third argument. NAME
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