Record user actions interactively into a TruClient script.
TruClient records your actions while you perform a business process on the browser that TruClient displays. When you stop recording, TruClient converts your actions into steps, and saves snapshots of the system states.
The instructions for recording a script vary according to the script type you are recording.
You can record a Web script in one of the supported browsers. For details, see Record a TruClient script.
For details on recording a Mobile Web script using the simulation capabilities of TruClient Browser, see Record a TruClient Mobile Web script.
Note: Not available in TruClient Lite.
|Native Mobile||This type of script requires installation of Mobile Center. For information on recording a Native Mobile script, see Record Scripts in the Mobile Center Help.|
Implement run logic in a script
Run logic is the flow of your script—the order in which actions run during a test and the number of times they run.
You set the order in which actions run from the Run Logic tab, accessed from the bottom of the TruClient Development window.
For details, see Implement run logic.