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How to apply "Sequentially-in the order defined in the page" from Advanced Page Settings for all pages.

Under Advanced Tab we have two options "In Parallel-HTTP complaint (default)" and "Sequentially-in the order defined in the page". Now I want select second option for all recorded pages.

Garisanoori V.
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Please provide some update on this.

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You can't bulk change that option on all pages. But what is the purpose of doing this? Running sequentially the request is normally something that needs to be done on specific use case and not in general. Could you tell us why you would need to do that on all your pages?

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Dear Garisanoori,

The setting cannot be applied automatically on all pages. We designed it as a punctual workaround for the rare cases when the parallel execution doesn't execute the requests in the good order.

Why do you need to play all Pages sequentially?

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Actually I have prepared a script which will upload 100 files into my application. While replying the script with default option i.e., "In parallel-HTTP compliant", the pages are executing parallel. But the executing pages requires some dynamic values from the previous pages which are yet to start execution. Because of this that particular page is getting failed. But after completion of script execution, you can see all dynamic values in variables.

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Indeed requests inside the same page are executed in parallel. But pages are executed sequentially. So in your example i do not see why request2 is executed if requests is stil in progress. Unless you put your page under fork logical action. Is it the case?