If the replay type of 'mouse' simulates user mouse and keyboard entries then why wouldn't we use this all the time. I know the default is a replay type of 'Event' which is what I have been using and then I change it to 'mouse' when I need to use fireevent or tab out of a webedit field but it got me thinking. Why don't I use this all the time. I'm probably missing something but does anyone know what the pros and cons are of keeping the replay type as 'mouse'
I did read Tarun's post previously and was quite informative as always. From what I can gather from reading it is the only disadvantage if always having the Replay Type set to 2 is you have to have your machine unlocked when it runs. Does this sound correct?
Ok, I'm a bit confused. When creating QTP scripts the goal in most cases is to simulate user actions. If a replay type of 2 does that more so than a replay type of 1 then I can't understand why 1 is the default setting in QTP. I'm thinking I must be missing something