Can you give me a more detailed explanation of your product's ability to adapt to pages changes...you call this "adaptive playback".
Thanks for asking SteveK.
When the underlying web page changes in ways that are not visible to the user, eValid can play back past those changes, thus preserving the value of the test without compromising quality.
Think of a link where the target URL is the same but the descriptive text that shows on the screen changes.
That's not a critical enough error to have to be reported, and if the adaptive playback "AP" feature is "ON" eValid plays right past that one.
Here is a more-detailed explanation: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... yback.html
It can be very subtle and very powerful if your script involves like clicking the mouse on certain elements.
AP will skate right past some pretty significant but non-critical page changes.
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