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CrashFinder is a Windows GUI automation and test framework. CrashFinder has two main components: an automated testing tool that learns about your application GUI and a GUI recorder.
You can use CrashFinder to check your Windows application and verify that the application performs reliably.The automated test is well suited to any desktop or embedded applications where crashes can be disastrous.
There is no script to write to test your application; CrashFinder will automatically discover and learn your application GUI and underlying structure. Our proprietary artificial intelligence maximizes the GUI coverage and, during continuous testing, it avoids the scenario that caused an error on a previous run.
New code without the need to write additional tests. Your tests will never lag behind the developers. When the target application changes CrashFinder systematically adapts to the new product.
Any crashes or errors found trigger the generation of a report for easy debugging. The test scenario in which the error occurs is also saved to be replayed later. CrashFinder is well suited to perform automated stress, reliability, and recovery testing.
Use the CrashFinder recorder to perform functional and regression testing, or to automate repeated actions. Add checkpoints, based on your software specifications, to verify the software and confirm that your program performs as designed. The scriptless test creation works for individuals of all technical skill levels: testers, developers and non-technical staff.
Developers can easily create unit tests and feature tests that can then be merged into a complete system test suite.

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The automated testing tool, written in Java, discovers the GUI and underlying structure of your application. The GUI recorder uses a graphical user interface (GUI) to control the application, save and playback test scenarios, and generate reports.
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Serial Number: DF
*** Device Info ***
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Manufacturer: Unknown
Model: Unknown
Vendor: Unknown
*** About this Controller ***
Details: KEYMACRO Gaming Controller
Manufacturer: msi
Model: msi keymacro gaming controller
Vendor: msi
Device ID: Unknown
Serial Number: Unknown
Power Supply: Unknown
Status: Connected
*** Setup ***
On startup the device is initialized and a logfile (with the timestamp of the initialization) is created. This log file has to be unzipped if it is full.
To prevent the device from being auto-initialized while unplugged use the internal sleep mode.
*** Setup Options ***
The following setup options are available:
– Start with auto-setup
– Use auto-setup during startup
– Use auto-setup during sleep
– Keep mcu open for future firmware upgrades
– Show Firmware version during startup
– Default to default port (this must be set prior to restart)
– Default device: AC-9501
– Extra firmware: Yes
– Reset Firmware
– Force manual setup
– Force manual startup
– Force manual sleep
– Backup/Restore boot.ini
– Configure as X-Input device
– Disable v-syncs
– Disable the FPGA watchdog (else the device will be reset when the watchdog is enabled)
– Use v-syncs (autodetectable)
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– Use default settings for all devices
– None
*** Test functions ***
– DeviceInfo
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If you are a developer, you can use CrashFinder as a framework for unit and feature testing. You can develop your own test case scenarios, or just let CrashFinder search for new scenarios as you change your application. CrashFinder will learn your application and provide coverage for any and all GUI elements.
Automated stress testing is also possible with CrashFinder. You can use it as a continuous testing tool to ensure that the application performs well under continuous use.
All of this is done with no need for programming skill or scripting knowledge.
If you are a non-technical person, CrashFinder can be used for automation of repetitive tasks. You can use a graphical interface to write test cases using a familiar language, and then easily perform maintenance or regression testing with the same scripts.
If you are a tester or QA, CrashFinder is the tool that will benefit you the most. We have created the GUI recording tool to allow you to automate testing and to quickly recreate the failures and errors you find in your testing.
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To create a test case, select the event you are looking to record.
The recording tool will then present a list of likely GUI elements that will trigger the given event.
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If the test case does not exist, the recording tool generates the test case, and you are prompted to specify the parameters.
You can store the test case on your computer or server to be used again later. When the next test case is triggered, the recording tool will use the parameters to create a test case that has the exact same parameters as the original.
In all cases, you have full control over the test case.
Each test case can be specified with any number of event parameters to record any GUI element, by selecting it directly in the test case window.
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For example, if you need to record the MouseHover event for the Label1 control of a button and specify the size of the Label, select the Label and select MouseHover in the parameter

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It is very simple to use, simply record your user interface using the GUI recorder then play back the user interface in real time with the test editor. You can now create complete automated tests using this recorded GUI.


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