I've been trying to get a sync on an AJAX application using selenium with difficulty.
Can eValid offer something better?
How does it work?
Thanks for posting VanessaD.
It is hard for us to comment about Selenium, because we don't often use it.
We have also heard that if you use Selenium descendent, WebDriver, which has some special external synchronization capabilitys you may be in better shape.
Meanwhile, for eValid this has never been a problem, mainly because the control of the browser is outside the browser context.
All the synchronizations are done internal to eValid but external to the browser.
Here is a summary of all of the built-in synchronization modes available in eValid: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... mmary.html
Many of these are built into the eValid architecture, and some use explicit loops that wait until specific page properties obtain before allowing test playback to continue.
Hope this gives you better insight on eValid.
-- eValid Support