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SAMSashi

Time Capture through AutoIT scripts

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Hi Guys,

This is regarding the scripting thing with AutoIT. I am a new guy in this world.

I was trying write a script which will auto log in to our web site.This is done by me. However i want to record/capture the timings the pages are taking while submitting form/pressing-next and displaying the next page. I am sure i will get help from you to resolve this problem.

Thanks,

SAM

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Hi,

Just to add for the above request, i am using AutoIt Version: 3.3.6.1

Thanks,

SAM

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SAMSashi,

Set a timestamp with TimerInit as you make the load request and then when it has loaded check the time difference with TimerDiff:

$iBegin = TimerInit()
; Load the page
$nTimetaken = TimerDiff($iBegin)

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SAMSashi,

Set a timestamp with TimerInit as you make the load request and then when it has loaded check the time difference with TimerDiff:

$iBegin = TimerInit()
; Load the page
$nTimetaken = TimerDiff($iBegin)

M23

M23,

Thanks for this support. It worked for me.

Regards,

SAM

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