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Configurator

public final class Configurator
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.support.test.uiautomator.Configurator


Allows you to set key parameters for running uiautomator tests. The new settings take effect immediately and can be changed any time during a test run. To modify parameters using Configurator, first obtain an instance by calling getInstance(). As a best practice, make sure you always save the original value of any parameter that you are modifying. After running your tests with the modified parameters, make sure to also restore the original parameter values, otherwise this will impact other tests cases.

Summary

Public methods

long getActionAcknowledgmentTimeout()

Gets the current timeout for waiting for an acknowledgment of generic uiautomator actions, such as clicks, text setting, and menu presses.

static Configurator getInstance()

Retrieves a singleton instance of Configurator.

long getKeyInjectionDelay()

Gets the current delay between key presses when injecting text input.

long getScrollAcknowledgmentTimeout()

Gets the timeout for waiting for an acknowledgement of an uiautomtor scroll swipe action.

int getToolType()

Gets the current tool type to use for motion events.

long getWaitForIdleTimeout()

Gets the current timeout used for waiting for the user interface to go into an idle state.

long getWaitForSelectorTimeout()

Gets the current timeout for waiting for a widget to become visible in the user interface so that it can be matched by a selector.

Configurator setActionAcknowledgmentTimeout(long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for an acknowledgment of generic uiautomator actions, such as clicks, text setting, and menu presses.

Configurator setKeyInjectionDelay(long delay)

Sets a delay between key presses when injecting text input.

Configurator setScrollAcknowledgmentTimeout(long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for an acknowledgement of an uiautomtor scroll swipe action.

Configurator setToolType(int toolType)

Sets the current tool type to use for motion events.

Configurator setWaitForIdleTimeout(long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for the user interface to go into an idle state before starting a uiautomator action.

Configurator setWaitForSelectorTimeout(long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for a widget to become visible in the user interface so that it can be matched by a selector.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public methods

getActionAcknowledgmentTimeout

long getActionAcknowledgmentTimeout ()

Gets the current timeout for waiting for an acknowledgment of generic uiautomator actions, such as clicks, text setting, and menu presses. The acknowledgment is an AccessibilityEvent, corresponding to an action, that lets the framework determine if the action was successful. Generally, this timeout should not be modified. See UiObject

Returns
long current timeout in milliseconds

getInstance

Configurator getInstance ()

Retrieves a singleton instance of Configurator.

Returns
Configurator Configurator instance

getKeyInjectionDelay

long getKeyInjectionDelay ()

Gets the current delay between key presses when injecting text input. See setText(String)

Returns
long current delay in milliseconds

getScrollAcknowledgmentTimeout

long getScrollAcknowledgmentTimeout ()

Gets the timeout for waiting for an acknowledgement of an uiautomtor scroll swipe action. The acknowledgment is an AccessibilityEvent, corresponding to the scroll action, that lets the framework determine if the scroll action was successful. Generally, this timeout should not be modified. See UiScrollable

Returns
long current timeout in milliseconds

getToolType

int getToolType ()

Gets the current tool type to use for motion events.

Returns
int

See also:

getWaitForIdleTimeout

long getWaitForIdleTimeout ()

Gets the current timeout used for waiting for the user interface to go into an idle state. By default, all core uiautomator objects except UiDevice will perform this wait before starting to search for the widget specified by the object's UiSelector. Once the idle state is detected or the timeout elapses (whichever occurs first), the object will start to wait for the selector to find a match. See setWaitForSelectorTimeout(long)

Returns
long Current timeout value in milliseconds

getWaitForSelectorTimeout

long getWaitForSelectorTimeout ()

Gets the current timeout for waiting for a widget to become visible in the user interface so that it can be matched by a selector. Because user interface content is dynamic, sometimes a widget may not be visible immediately and won't be detected by a selector. This timeout allows the uiautomator framework to wait for a match to be found, up until the timeout elapses.

Returns
long Current timeout value in milliseconds

setActionAcknowledgmentTimeout

Configurator setActionAcknowledgmentTimeout (long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for an acknowledgment of generic uiautomator actions, such as clicks, text setting, and menu presses. The acknowledgment is an AccessibilityEvent, corresponding to an action, that lets the framework determine if the action was successful. Generally, this timeout should not be modified. See UiObject

Parameters
timeout long: Timeout value in milliseconds
Returns
Configurator self

setKeyInjectionDelay

Configurator setKeyInjectionDelay (long delay)

Sets a delay between key presses when injecting text input. See setText(String)

Parameters
delay long: Delay value in milliseconds
Returns
Configurator self

setScrollAcknowledgmentTimeout

Configurator setScrollAcknowledgmentTimeout (long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for an acknowledgement of an uiautomtor scroll swipe action. The acknowledgment is an AccessibilityEvent, corresponding to the scroll action, that lets the framework determine if the scroll action was successful. Generally, this timeout should not be modified. See UiScrollable

Parameters
timeout long: Timeout value in milliseconds
Returns
Configurator self

setToolType

Configurator setToolType (int toolType)

Sets the current tool type to use for motion events.

Parameters
toolType int
Returns
Configurator

See also:

setWaitForIdleTimeout

Configurator setWaitForIdleTimeout (long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for the user interface to go into an idle state before starting a uiautomator action. By default, all core uiautomator objects except UiDevice will perform this wait before starting to search for the widget specified by the object's UiSelector. Once the idle state is detected or the timeout elapses (whichever occurs first), the object will start to wait for the selector to find a match. See setWaitForSelectorTimeout(long)

Parameters
timeout long: Timeout value in milliseconds
Returns
Configurator self

setWaitForSelectorTimeout

Configurator setWaitForSelectorTimeout (long timeout)

Sets the timeout for waiting for a widget to become visible in the user interface so that it can be matched by a selector. Because user interface content is dynamic, sometimes a widget may not be visible immediately and won't be detected by a selector. This timeout allows the uiautomator framework to wait for a match to be found, up until the timeout elapses.

Parameters
timeout long: Timeout value in milliseconds.
Returns
Configurator self
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