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Extending Eclipse monitoring, profiling, and testing functions
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Extending the generic test recorder

A test recorder captures user interactions with an application. These interactions are saved, and a test is generated from these recorded actions. Developing a test recorder entails adding the Generic Recorder extension point to the Generic Recorder Framework (GRF), and extending the recorder user interface wizard and the four main GRF helper classes.

Understanding the GRF and GRF helper classes , functioning recorders , the user interface wizard , and the Agent Controller is essential for creating your own test recorder. The GRF is part of the Test and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP). The recorder runs on the Agent Controller and produces a recording file.


 
 
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