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Last updated: Dec 28, 2018 20:43

When you want to use a timer for testing, Perfecto supports different methods in using timers.

by Christopher Alton and Amin Caceres

Eclipse/IntelliJ/Etcetera (JAVA)

This JAVA method will allow for the use of any generic timer. In this sample, we are using stopwatch as the timer dependency. We then pair this with the Timer Report function to put the stopwatch timer into my execution report.

Sample:
Code Sample - Timer Method.txt


This sample here, is a fully working method with dependencies. Fill in the user name, password, cloud name (host) and the device ID. This test should run on any mobile OS version.

Sample:
TimerGenericTest.txt


Please note that the results in the report, by default, are in milliseconds. If you wish to convert this time to seconds in your report, use a JAVA method to do so.

Native IDE (Perfecto Automation View)

When you are working within the Native IDE, which is the Perfecto Automation View within the Perfecto Lab via your web browser, you can use the built in timer functions. Here is a listing of those functions.

Timer Start

Timer Stop

Get Timer


Other timer methods can be integrated. It is up to you, the test writer, to find which method works the best for your needs.


Last updated: December 28th, 2018

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