This annotation provides information about a method that was generated by recording a playback script. It's purpose
is primarily to provide documentation about the script in a way that can help a user to understand the nature of
the script such as when and from what application it was recorded, and to distinguish it from other scripts.
Returns the name of the application from which the script was recorded. The application name is a string that's
derived automatically in order to distinguish one running instance of an application from another. By default
the name will be derived from a combination of the application's main class and the timestamp representing the
point in time at which the recording client was initialized in the application instance.
The original application's name.
public abstract boolean retroactive
Determines whether retroactive recording was used for the script.
true if retroactive recording was used, false otherwise.
public abstract long started
Returns the (epoch) point in time at which recording of the script was started.
Timestamp representing the point in time at which the recording of the script started. This timestamp
is represented by the number of milliseconds since 12:00 AM GMT on January 1, 1970.
public abstract long ended
Returns the point in time at which recording of the script was stopped.
Timestamp representing the point in time at which the recording of the script stopped. This timestamp
is represented by the number of milliseconds since the epoch.