Wizlink software consists of two separate applications – Designer and Runtime.
Designer is a workflow-oriented graphical scenario editor with built-in additional tools – data object and user control hunter and test scenario runner. It provides the business user with:
- easy selection of screen objects participating in the scenario with the mouse;
- defining scenarios;
- read/write data from/to participating applications;
- algorithm for data transfer;
- controlling applications;
- data validation;
- scenario testing.
Wizlink Runtime executes the scenario on the workstation. It does not allow to change the scenario contents. Additionally, it provides information regarding the process of executing scenarios, in a form of a log.
Both parts, Designer and Runtime are running as local applications on a PC, with standard user privileges. No dedicated driver is necessary, unless any third party application - used in a scenario - requires them to work.
Wizlink scenario is stored in a .wlns file, containing all data needed for the scenario to run. The scenario can be encrypted and thus be stored in a .wlnx file. An encrypted scenario can only be opened in and processed by Wizlink Runtime.