DBrown wrote:Good Afternoon.
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 so powerful?
Thanks for asking DBrown.
Fair question, but 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 that 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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