|Re: Proxy and recorder in tptp testing tool [message #96660 is a reply to message #93481]
||Mon, 23 April 2007 07:02
| Paul Slauenwhite
Registered: July 2009
Currently in TPTP, there are three types of 'recorders':
1) HTTP or URL Recorder: Proxy-based recorder for capturing HTTP
requests/responses from a user integrating with a web application via a web
browser. The recording is used to generate a URL Test for playback.
2) Automated GUI Recorder (AGR): Eclipse UI recorder for capturing user
gestures with an Eclipse application. The recording is used to generate an
AGR URL Test for playback and verification.
2) Generic API Recorder: API recorder for capturing method invocations of a
local or remote Java application. The recording is used to generate a JUnit
Test for playback and verification.
There are no extension points for adding a custom proxy. However, you
can add a custom recorder by implementing the
org.eclipse.hyades.test.core.Recorder extension point.
"Magalie" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> hy everyone,
> i would like to know if somebody knows the difference between the HTTP
> proxy recoder, the proxy and the recorder in TPTP Testing Tools ?? And is
> there the possibility to add our own proxy to TPTP Testing Tools
> thanks for your answer
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