We have recently released version 9.2 of our Testing Portfolio with a number of features and fixes that you don’t want to miss. Here’s the highlights, but you can find more details in our release notes.
Join the webinar on April 18! “Implement Service Virtualization through a Centralised Delivery Model Featuring Nordea Bank"
Spencer Rodrigues shares how his team has enabled a successful centralized delivery model using Service Virtualization. He describes how resources are assigned based on the pipeline of work. He then discusses the step by step governance process, procedures, and templates – from concept to requirements gathering to building the virtual services and their maintenance.
When you hit a URL in a web browser, the request is submitted to the server and the server returns a response. The browser engine parses the received response and renders elements such as text fields, buttons, etc. on the web page as appropriate. Any action performed on a control that’s present on the web page can have any of the following effects:
Hey, it’s a new version of the Functional Tester in the market with a fancy list of new features. Do I grab it right away? Before adopting a new version of the product, you might always wonder if it supports all the tools and technologies that are currently used.
Handling object identification failure of Functional Tester on a successfully enabled Internet Explorer browser
Functional Tester is an object-oriented automated testing tool that tests HTML, Java Dojo, Ajax, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Silverlight, Microsoft Visual Basic, SAP, Siebel, Flex, GEF, and PowerBuilder applications that run on Microsoft Windows or Linux operating systems.
In the past, we've had several PMRs on how to share a variable in one service test and have that variable used in another service test in Performance Tester. It's rather easy to do but not obvious. This article will show you how it's done.
REST APIs when used in conjunction with the Test Control Panel, HTTP methods, such as GET, and POST are mapped to actions on domains, environments, scenarios, and stubs.
Say, if you record a request message to any URL with Integration Tester, how should the elements of the URL be interpreted? What constitutes the “operation” of this system?
How can you get the integration tester to substitute values from a test data file for any given element of the URL?
Performance Tester is a performance test tool that measures the performance of an IT system by generating load on it and measuring the response times of the system under load. The Performance Tester generates load by simulating actions on the system of multiple simultaneous users. The main measures of performance are transaction response times and throughput.
Not sure about upgrading your test automation and Service Virtualization software? We will explain why it is good to upgrade.
As the Client Advocacy Manager for the testing products at HCL, I am often asked about software upgrades for our products, when to do them, and why. I caught up with Matt Tarnawsky from our HCL Product Management team to answer these questions.
Marianne: Matt, our testing products had new and exciting announcements in 2017. Can you tell us more about the new capabilities?
Earlier to this article, Chris Haggan and Shivi Sivasubramanian created a blog posting of the new 9.1.1 Reporting Dashboard, also known as Unified Reporting (Reporting and viewing test outcomes made simpler than ever).
This article goes one step further and shows you how to configure Performance Tester to use the dashboard and publish a report.
It is assumed the Reporting Dashboard is installed and up and running.