BEDFORD, Mass., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Integrated Computer Solutions,
Inc. (ICS) today announced the release of Replay Xcessory(TM), the first
modern testing environment in over five years for UNIX and Linux professionals
using Motif. Replay Xcessory fills an increasing demand of Motif developers
for full-featured, intuitive testing tools that support the most current
platforms. This release demonstrates ICS's commitment to the development of
breakthrough technologies and continued support for the Motif community.
Replay Xcessory makes the creation and execution of complex application
tests intuitive and efficient. It allows developers and QA professionals to
record user interactions, create test baselines, capture critical information
for validation purposes, and replay sessions interactively or through batch
mode to ensure the application continues to function correctly. Replay
Xcessory operates on objects rather than screen location, making test scripts
more resilient. Complex tests, especially large volumes of data-driven stress
tests, are easily built using the full power of the TCL scripting language
that drives Replay Xcessory. The product eliminates the error-prone and
time-consuming processes associated with manual testing.
"With the launch of Replay Xcessory, ICS has addressed several critical
customer demands to seamlessly test their pre-existing and new Motif
applications without all the hassles of doing it manually," said Mark Hatch,
Chief Operating Officer of Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. "Once again,
ICS is leading the market with software solutions to help our customers create
and maintain mission-critical, high-performance applications."
With Replay Xcessory, developers can:
-- Test multiple applications simultaneously
-- Attach a test to an already running application
-- Easily create and maintain complex tests with full TCL support
-- Automatically synchronize with system response time, preventing script
-- Easily build and manage libraries of test suites
-- Choose interactive or unattended playback
-- Automatically generate reports
Replay Xcessory is currently available on HP-UX, Red Hat, Red Hat
Enterprise, Fedora Core, and SUSE Linux. More information and evaluation
copies are available at http://www.ics.com/products/motif/replay/.
Soon-to-be-available releases of Replay Xcessory include Sun Solaris, IBM
AIX, and SGI IRIX.
Replay Xcessory Webinar Schedule
ICS will offer a series of Replay Xcessory webinars for anyone interested
in learning more about the product and seeing a demonstration.
Pre-registration at http://www.ics.com/webinars is encouraged. One-on-one
sessions are also available by request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- Thursday, October 20, 11:00 am (EDT)
-- Tuesday, October 25, 2:00 pm (EDT)
-- Thursday, October 27, 12:00 pm (EDT)
About Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc.
Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS) of Bedford, MA, was founded in
1987 and is the world's leading provider of advanced visual development tools
and services for UNIX and Linux professionals. ICS' BX PRO series of GUI
builders has been long recognized as the software of choice for visually
creating mission-critical, high-performance Motif applications. Additionally,
ICS is the largest independent supplier of add-on products, training, and
professional services for the Qt(R) multi-platform framework developed by
In 2004, ICS acquired CenterLine Systems, the technology leader in C/C++
testing solutions, combing two powerful product lines to greatly enhance and
simplify the entire software development process.
Most recently, ICS acquired the UIM/X product line from Bluestone
Consulting. UIM/X is an award-winning GUI Builder for CDE/Motif developers.
This acquisition solidifies ICS's position as the leader in Motif tools and
services. ICS continues to expand its resources to assure ongoing support and
development of new tools and services in demand by the Motif, C/C++, and Qt
Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc.
Amy Zinkann, 617.621.0060 x117
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