Does eValid have the ability to record login sequences reliably from various types of sources?
Thanks for asking about this JayneD.
Have you ever tried to record a login session only to find out your entries were not properly recorded or were not recorded at all?
There are a number of different approaches available to be able to record the different types of logins.
Use these guidelines to record the login session reliably:
(1) HTML Pages:
To record logins built with HTML based pages, the fields are usually recorded after the user has clicked on the "Submit" button, tabbed through the next field or, pressed the enter key.
(2) Java Applets:
To record logins built with Java Applets, use standard recording approach or, by enabling the option "Text Field Entry" under Applet Recording, as well as enabling "Auto
Record Inputs" from keyboard commands for eValid to record the input.
There are some cases which require the use of xyLClicks to set focus to the edit fields.
(3) Java Applications:
To record logins built with Java Applications, use the Application Mode Recording feature of eValid.
User input is automatically recorded as a KeyText command after each Mouse Click, Enter, or Tab command.
To record logins built with Applications, use the Application Mode Recording feature of eValid.
If the application is run from outside the browser, use Desktop Mode Recording which records inputs as a KeyText command while all other keyboard movements are recorded as KeySys commands.
(4) Modal Dialogs:
To record logins built with Modal Dialogs, use the available Modal Dialog commands from the script dialog box or use the Desktop Mode Recording feature of eValid.
-- eValid Support