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I am looking for an automation tool that runs on WinXP that can be used to create automation scripts and test broken links for web-based applications.  We have a customised version of the Bugzilla Bug tracking tool, and this automation tool needs to integrate with our Bugzilla tool.  

Features I am looking for:
> capture and playpack page navigation
> create automation scripts
> detect broken links
> keep a log of activity
> return results on Bugzilla

We will need to evaluate the software, so it would need some kind of downloadable trial version.

Any suggestions or recommdations appreciated!
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Question by:Collindsouza
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Try consider to use Rational Robot.
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