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Take a look at this link from MSDN. It may answer your question in part. In the platform support section: Windows Internet Explorer 9 Important Windows Internet Explorer 9 is only supported if you have installed Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 The following scenarios are supported if you have installed Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack ...


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Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) has two recording options. Exploratory testing in MTM allows testers to record everything they do, they can add commentary and screenshots etc throughout the test session. During an exploratory test session the recording can easily be converted into a fault report (it can be as simple as click one button, enter a title, click ...


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I'm currently building tests using the UI Automation tool found in Instruments. You can do both things that you are looking for. You can record tests and it allows you print the element tree and the names of those elements in the application. The tests are written in javascript and you can use the editor of your choice. When recording a test, the code will ...


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Mark, welcome to SQA. In my experience, worrying is not a good use of time. You can figure out for yourself how much disk space psr.exe consumes per unit time: write down the current time, start psr.exe, work as you would if you were testing, stop psr.exe, write down the current time, and then divide the size of the image file by how long you let it run. ...


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Does not fit all the criteria you mention, but I like qTrace, although it does not help you keep track of test cases you can record your actions while you are going through the test cases and then automatically generate a bug report. The program not only records the steps, it also takes screenshots of every step and adds icons that indicate what was done on ...


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If you are using Windows 7, the Problem Step Recorder might be useful.


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We use Usersnap on one of our projects that handles about half of what you asked for: It records bugs directly to a bug database (or where-ever you point it to) Automatically takes a screenshot of page where bug is found It doesn't save the HTML of the page but it does take record some of the reporters info like: IP address Email address Screen ...


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I think you should educate your tester/qa to be clear when reporting issues including steps on how to reproduce the problems. It is a problems about the people not about lacking of tools.


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If you need to record actions for a desktop app I think Problem Steps Recorder will work.


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Selenium IDE records all actions. You can playback a session.


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There are a few different solutions off the top of my head. There are several proxies that others have already mentioned that have APIs that can be made to listen on whatever port you need. They may not get granular enough though for what you need. If I were looking in this area I'd maybe take a look at Python's socket module.: ...


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I know that it is doable, one of my previous employers integrated Wireshark (Ethereal then) analysis into its VoIP automation, using Perl AFAIK. I did some hacks by grepping on tcpdump and a filter, catching a packet or event I was looking for.


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You might want to take a look at Fiddler


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squish 4.2 using Qt will record my menu bar interactions, so you may have already done this by now but you can try the latest squish. A problem that I have is bringing the focus back to the AUT once I run the test so that I can test menu bar functionality. Squish hooks into Qt just fine but the problem is the application does not actually have focus when you ...


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This sounds like you might need to build some custom code, I haven't heard of anything that does this off the shelf, for any language. However, here's an approach I think might work; Assuming your using well structured objects, create a facade object that wraps the behaviour of the class under test, and present the facade to your normal application. ...


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I am running different test tools to check witch one is the best for me. So far i testet, Monkey Talk, KIF, Calabash and UI Automation from Apple. The easiest and best tool so far is the UIAutomation, it es very easy to use, has every thing i need so far. The only thing i miss is cross platform support. MonkeyTalk seems to be the closest to Automation but it ...



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