Can eValid tests be compiled?
How is eValid able to do that?
Thanks for posting your question JohnsonJ.
The playback engine in eValid is strictly a playback-time interpretive engine.
It goes command by command until the script ends (or errors out or time out).
However, there is an available API, the eValid Programmatic Interface, or EPI, that DOES let you compile a test: http://www.e-valid.com/Promotion/EPI/general.html
The C++ library associated with the interface will "absorb" an eValid script and express it a run time the same way that eValid handles it.
-- eValid Support