Presentation 2 - Benchmark and Java Applet Test Scenario

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Benchmark and Java Applet Test Scenario Presentation Outline Introduction to Benchmark Testing Procedure to create the test Benchmark Playback Results of the Benchmark testing execution / playback The Actual Recording Process Introduction to Java Applet or ActiveX Control Testing Procedures to create the test Settings needed Results of Playback of ActiveX Control Test
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Introduction to Benchmark Testing The Benchmark Test measures the amount of time a sequence of browser actions take. The test starts the timer, browses to a number of pages, and then reads the timer. Because eValid runs from a browser -- viewing the pages like most web users do -- the times measured are realistic. Measures the performance.
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Record from eValid browser from Window > Script Window Recording can be seen as creating at the same time Browse through a few URLs randomly from Record > Start Recording. Click any link on the selected page, or type in a new URL
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