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Recording Typical User Actions

Creating Vuser Scripts
Chapter 15, page 268
RTE Vuser Scripts Recording RTE Vuser Scripts
In
Recording Typical User Actions
After recording the setup procedure, you perform typical user actions or business
processes. You record these processes into the
Actions
section of the Vuser script.
Only the
Actions
section of a Vuser script is repeated when you run multiple
iterations of the script. For details on setting iterations, see Chapter 6,
Configuring
Run-Time Settings
.
To record user actions:
1
Open an existing RTE Vuser script, and then click
Actions
in the Section box.
2
Proceed to perform typical user actions in the terminal emulator. VuGen generates
the appropriate statements, and inserts them into the Vuser script while you type.
If necessary, you can edit the recorded statements while you record the script.
Note: By default, VuGen waits a maximum of 5 seconds between successive
keystrokes before generating the appropriate TE_type function. To change the
waiting time, see
Setting the Recording Options
on page 270.
When you finish recording the typical user actions, proceed to record the log off
procedure, as described in the next section.