Evalid Benchmark Testing and Java Applets.. Introduction to Benchmark Testing The Benchmark Test measures the amount of time a sequence of browser actions.
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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.
Benchmark Testing –Benchmark Playback is to benchmark the site recorded in the script, play back the Benchmark Script File as many times as necessary to compare times. This will make sure the results of a Benchmark Test meaningful.
Steps to create a Benchmark Test Scenario Step1: Set the Recording and Playback Configuration Step2: Start the Recording Process Step3: Execute Benchmark Test
Step1: Set the Recording and Playback Configuration –To enable the Multiple Playback option, begin by clicking Settings > Record/Play Preferences to enter the Preferences Window.
Step1: Set the Recording and Playback Configuration (Cont.)
Step2: Start the Recording Process Record from eValid browser using the dash board or using the record button.
Click any link on the selected page, or type in a new URL. Continue navigating to new windows. For example: you can follow the direction bellows: –Type in Link http://www.msn.com/http://www.msn.com/ –Type in Link http://www.sjsu.edu/http://www.sjsu.edu/ –Type in Link http://yahoo.comhttp://yahoo.com –Type in Link http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/ Stop recording
use the charts to compare different: Window->Graphs->Graphs (all logged)
Java Applet Test This test demonstrates capabilities of eValid in manipulating ActiveX embedded on web pages that utilize ActiveX Controls. In this Scenario, the element is static, means they are not changing constantly basically simple button “pressing” scenario. It basically confirms Active X Support, it confirms if such are functional by keyboard and mouse movements and actions.
Steps to create a Java Applet Test Script Step1: Set the Recording and Playback Configuration Step2: Start the Recording Process Step3: Execute Test
Step 1: Set the Recording and Playback Configuration Setting-> Advanced Record/Play Preference->Miscellaneous Recording- >Applet Recording –Select all the actions namely MouseClick, MouseDrag, MouseOver, MouseDown events. –Under Absolute events, be sure that Absolute Left Clicks, Absolute Right Clicks as well as Absolute MouseOvers are checked.
Step2: Recording You can visit the following URL to begin the applet testing. http://javaboutique.internet.com/Mand/ Or use any URL with a valid applet like http://www.realapplets.com/tutorial/ActionEx ample.html Both these URLs have some buttons in java applet and a simple test can be performed by clicking on these buttons.
Step2: Recording Start the recording Go to the URL Click F11 or select it from the menu to make Absolute MouseClick Recording ON (The status bar shows the result) Click F12 to enable Application mode recording or use the menu option - Select Record Advanced Record Application mode recording - This should put the following comment in the eValid script. #Application Mode ON If you have your script window open you should now see a bunch of script commands being inserted as you traverse the java applet page.
Step3: Execute Test Replay the script Look through testing results from different logs