Guidelines used during an eValid recording

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Guidelines used during an eValid recording

Postby JFarley » Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:27 am

Morning.

eValid has a great test recording engine and we understand that is very difficult to build and work as well as yours does.

Can you let me know what kinds of guidelines are applied during a test recording?

Thanks
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Re: Guidelines used during an eValid recording

Postby eValid » Tue Jul 02, 2019 11:02 am

JFarley wrote:Morning.

eValid has a great test recording engine and we understand that is very difficult to build and work as well as yours does.

Can you let me know what kinds of guidelines are applied during a test recording?

Thanks


Interesting question JFarley.

We're not sure there are guidelines, but there are "guardrails" of a kind that are active during recording.

We say "guardrails" because these messages show up during recording to try to advise you of problems.

Here is a summary of these message:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... opups.html

As you can see there is quite a variety of them.

As usual, care during recording a test is rewarded with a more-reliable test script.


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