• Subject: Re: Software testing scripts
  • From: John Carr <74711.77@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Dec 1997 22:20:56 -0500

RE:     Re: Software testing scripts

>>> Al:    Are you aware that IBM Toronto sells such programs?
>>  John:  Ya, Which one was it??  SATT or WITT  I could never remember.
>   Mark:  WITT: Workstation Interactive Testing Tool.

Thats right.  I remember now.  Nice tool.  GUI representation of the code
running.  Showed which routines were called from where, graphed which 
sections were the used and how often(most to least).   I think it recorded
all the human interactions (function keys being pressed, data being 
entered, etc.) If I remember right.

All kinds of neat things.  Saw it at COMMON a few times.  
Maybe someone will comment on if it's still available (Jon?)

(Now then, what the heck was SATT ??)

John Carr

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