In your opinion, other than the routine aspects of writing and editing a script and playing it back …
What are the critical elements in eValid that make it powerful?
Thanks for asking FrankG.
Please don't minimize the difficulty of getting a script running reliably.
eValid is not a simple product internally by any means.
But the most powerful aspects?
Probably the ability to interact with a web page's DOM representation is the key aspect here.
In this area, the most important areas are:
* Ability to search the DOM for an element, done with the "IndexFindElement/IndexFindElementEX" command.
* The ability to synchronize playback using a loop-test on a DOM element property value, for example, the "SyncOnSelectedObjProperty" command.
* The ability to trigger events in the browser, using the "IndexElementEvent" command.
* The ability to read/write the current contents of the DOM using the "ValueGetElement/ValuePutElement" pair.
Thanks for asking!
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