I use win-runner (the product from Mercury - also known as code-runner and QTP - QuickTest Pro) and am very dissatisfied with it. It works - barely, kind of, fragilely - and it's good enough because I know of nothing better. I would be surprised if it has the ability to record response times but would be happy to find out that I'm wrong.
Vicki - if you find something better, I'd love to hear about it. I'm doing software QA that sounds relatively crude compared to what you're attempting, if I understand your requirements properly, but would like to find something more reliable and robust.
I have some ideas on how to make a better product but need more Windows (internals) knowledge to get something going.
An alternative, if you're working closely with the developers, is to have them embed features to aid your testing. I've had some luck with this method. I've written a little about this at
(search for "GUI + command line").
On 10/25/07, rajan tawate <[address removed]> wrote:
have you tried win-runner.
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On 10/25/07, Vicky Halasohoris <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hello, all.
> Can anyone tell me if they've worked with a product called Axure?
> I'm looking to create a prototype with configurable/manipulatable
> response time-recording between actual screens/wireframes? (I'll be
> mimicking a work environment for a client in a simulator environment
> like the one Axure can create).
> for those of you that might have worked with this product before be
> familiar if Axure could be capable of a pop up that would indicate
> with text the time/delay as it went on to the next screen -my job
> will be to record response time between the screen shots and button
> functionality and make future screen adjustments and thus change the
> times to record differences, efficiency work-flows, etc..
> also, how could one code this (is Axure capable of embedded code) is
> in if there is not a functionality like such -response-time/lag-time
> recordings available/embed-able within the product -of the screen
> shots to screen shots functionality?
> thank you very much. I would like to save myself some time and see if
> there were any techies out there that could help out..
> otherwise, i'll be doing my own research. :)
> -any other simulator tools that could do what I've suggested? -would
> be great to learn of those as well.
Devon McCormick, CFA
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