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Extending Eclipse monitoring, profiling, and testing functions
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Test recorders

A test recorder captures user interactions with an application. These interactions are saved, and a test is generated from these recorded actions.

A functioning test recorder must have the following characteristics:

  • It is listed as a recorder in the Generic Recorder Wizard.
  • It collects data for the recording.
  • It generates a file that contains the recorded data.
  • It launches the appropriate test generator for the recorded data to produce a test suite, if applicable.

To extend the recorder, you must extend elements in the workbench, including the user interface and the Agent Controller components.


 
 
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