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Special Tricks

PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2008 10:24 am
by Rafe08
Can you give me some basics about evalid? Are there any special
tricks to make eValid appear like some other type of browser?

Re: Special Tricks

PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 10:26 am
by regressiontesting
Here is the complete description of eValid's Validation modes: ... ation.html

Adaptive playback, a unique feature of eValid that adaptively figures
out how to behave correctly, even when the underlying page changes, is
described at: ... yback.html

eValid has a command that can be used to set the user agent string to
any value. This command makes it possible to cause eValid to report to
a server that it is ANY kind of browser, a feature that is useful for
validation of web applications beyond the IE context that eValid supports: ... tUserAgent

eValid has a related special capability to mainpulate HTTP/S headers so
that a tester can set up unusual header combinations, including trying
special "user agent strings", as described here: ... aders.html

Here is an illustration of how effective eValid's SetUserAgent string
can be in testing applications that involve multiple browser types: ... ation.html

When you have eValid installed on a machine that same license can
be used/accessed in a variety of ways by other users on your LAN,
described in detail here: ... tions.html

List Prices for the entire eValid product line are found at: