Verifications Overview

TrueLog Explorer enables you to create Web content verification checks for HTML page titles, HTML content, HTML tables, and HTML source code. By selecting text that you want to verify either in HTML source code or directly in rendered HTML view, all required verification functions can be generated and automatically inserted into your BDL script.

Visual Data Verification

TrueLog Explorer offers you two approaches to content verification. The easiest approach enables you to create content verification checks via a simple point-and-click interface.

Response Data Verification

Response data verification offers a more powerful, but more complex means of verifying server functionality. As with visual data verification, response data verification is also set up via a point-and-click interface. With visual data verification, you work in rendered HTML view and verify content that the application exposes to the end user. With response data verification, you verify data that are returned by servers that are not visible to the end user, such as HTML code and XML code.

Depending on the functions you select, TrueLog Explorer can generate response-data verification functions that apply to complete response data returned by servers or only to selections within specified boundaries.