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By: sherkhan | Total views: 137 | Word Count: 684 | Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 - 2:14 PM

Even if your program doesn't have many control items (buttons, menu items, settings), it's not a light thing to test them all after every fresh release. Sometimes, a programmer pays no attention to this task, because he labored at new features and didn't change the old ones, and they must work as they used to. This may produce fresh versions with unsteady main functions. In this paper you will understand how to perform software testing with the superb autoclicker (www.autoclickextreme.com) . You will only play the Records you need to prove that your software works as it should or to identify all bugs at a spell. In this article AutoClickExtreme autoclicker will perform testing of Backup Expert (a very well known backup program). We'll test the core program function - back up of the given folder with size supervision of the come out archive. To make the experiment unmistakable, we are going to pack one and the same folder - "D:\automated software testing\backup expert\test folder". The first thing, we'll put this folder in the archive, and directly before every test we'll uninstall the folder "D:\automated software testing\backup expert\test folder" and recover it from the archive. All the things are not to be done manually, but with the aid of plain *bat file. We'll give it the name "start testing.bat". rmdir /Q /S "D:\automated software testing\backup expert\test folder" mkdir "D:\automated software testing\backup expert\test folder" xcopy /S "D:\automated software testing\backup expert\arch\test folder" "D:\automated software testing\backup expert\test folder\" start C:\"Program Files"\"Backup Expert"\BackupExpert.exe In our Test folder there are around 100 files located in the main folder and in it's subfolders. The overall size is 5 529 784 bytes. The size is to be found in the packed folder characteristics (unpacked size). Now all is arranged for the autoclicker work. This program do press Record and straight after what we stop it by pressing Shift two times to insert the *bat file (it will restore the initial test folder). Afterwards we agree to launch the application. Afterwards, in the autoclicker program we are to press "Continue Record" and, using Pixel Conrol only, we record all the clicks on Backup Expert (we must do all events offered by the program's wizard to instruct the product what and where to pack). Just after bringing into being the job "Automated software testing", with the help of Pixel Control we should record the task to run packing. In autoclicker table of events all of us are sure to recognize Pixel Control bits. Our last three actions are coloured blue, because they were inserted after the main Record had been made up. These three actions are deeply important: event 45 - is to wait until the packing is finished by finding the message: "Status: Successful", action 46 - to start the out come archive, event 47 - should control the size. It should be equal to 5 529 784 bytes, because the test folder should always be broght back and it's size must be the same. Your first test is ready. The estimated time to make up the Record is 20 minutes including all pauses for meditating. It took 30 minutes more to produce "start testing.bat" file, for the reason that I had to find a few the features in Google. And you may need 10 minutes more to get ready the test folder. Thus , the first test took us an hour, it's not very speedy, at first thought, but now it will take only 17 seconds to produce automated software testing of the core function with the autoclicker. Yet all the next following tests will surely take far less time. You can also arrange a Record for editing and packing of the optional files put in the test folder by using the option "backup type = Differential (new and modified since last full backup)" + accurate result control. It's possible to control packing of any most exotic cases. To be sure, AutoClickExtreme autoclicker won't wholly interchange alive (thoughtful) software testing, h! owever it can be your fault-free assistant.

About the Author

Denis Safonov, the autoclicker developer. http://www.autoclickextreme.com (www.autoclickextreme.com)

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