[Webtest] Browser Recording Tool
Mon, 23 Aug 2004 17:36:23 +0000
This is a great idea. Unfortunately, I don't understand how to get the recording working. What exactly do you put for the basepath? I've never used proxy settings so I'm not sure what to put there. I tried putting localhost and port 80 since that's where my server is running, but I got an unrecoverable error. Do you click record, then bring up a browser and fill out the proxy settings, then record the steps?
What would you put in the settings, for example, to record a Google search?
-------------- Original message from "Dierk Koenig" : --------------
> I'm happy to announce the alpha version of the new
> Click-O-Mat, a recording tool for Canoo WebTest.
> You can alpha-test the current version under
> The current version allows to click through your
> web-application under test while the Click-O-Mat
> recognizes what links you clicked or what form you
> filled and submitted.
> The tool creates a proper Canoo WebTest from your actions
> that can be saved for later execution as an ordinary test.
> * recognizes basic link and form actions
> * constructs proper "locators"
> * init/start/pause/resume/stop/save livecycle
> * configurable defaults and templates
> * works through https !
> * i18n support (currently english and german)
> * extensive logging when needed
> This is a starting point and lots of important
> functionality is to be added.
> I'm happy about any kind of feedback.
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