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This document contains information about what's new, installation instructions, known problems in and contact information of HCL Customer Support.
This document includes information about hardware and software requirements for HCL OneTest™ Performance.
This guide provides an overview and describes the task flows to get you started with HCL OneTest™ Performance. This guide is intended for new users.
Task flows for performance testing
The task flows are designed to help you understand the end-to-end process of some of the capabilities of performance testing. For some of the technologies, there are specific task flows that you can follow to gain a clear understanding of the process.
Product overview
You can gain the conceptual understanding of the product and its test extensions with these topics.
Streamlined Eclipse and full Eclipse overview
When you work in the streamlined Eclipse mode, only those functions that are directly related to the product are enabled in the workbench. When you install the product, by default, the check box to use the streamlined Eclipse mode is selected. With the full Eclipse mode, you have access to all Eclipse functions.
This section describes about the sample project which can be used with HCL OneTest™ Performance to test the functionality of an application.
Installation tuning tests for WebSphere® Application Server
The installation tuning tests were created to quickly and conveniently apply load to an application server for the purpose of tuning the application server for maximum throughput. The three tests that are provided stress various parts of the application server.
This guide describes how to install HCL OneTest™ Performance software. After you install the software, you can perform administration tasks such as license configuration and integration with other products. This guide is intended for administrators.
Installing
Installing the product involves verifying requirements, planning, managing licenses, and configuring web-based help. This section lists all such topics.
Configuring
Use these topics to configure the product.
Integrating
Read these topics to learn how the product works when integrated with other products.
This guide describes how to create test scripts in HCL OneTest™ Performance and enhances tests by applying different test elements such as dataset, variables, and verification points. This guide is intended for testers.
Creating tests
To create a test, you record representative interactions with an application.
Editing tests
After you record a test, you can edit it to include datasets (to provide variable data rather than the data that you recorded), verification points (to confirm that the test runs as expected), and data correlation (to ensure that returned data is appropriate for the corresponding request). You can also add protocol-specific elements to a test. When you edit a test, the modified items appear in italic type. The italic type changes to regular type after you save the test.
Compound tests
You can create compound tests to help you organize smaller tests into scenarios that can then be run end-to-end. You can combine tests from different extensions to achieve end-to-end flow.
Simulating services with stubs
Service stubs enable you to simulate the behavior of an actual service for a wide variety testing or integration purposes.
Sending service requests with the generic service client
The generic service client enables you to send requests to services for which you do not have a convenient client and to view the responses returned by the service.
Emulating workloads while performance testing
You emulate a workload by creating a schedule and adding user groups/rate runner groups, tests, and other elements to it.
This guide describes tasks that you can perform on schedules, test execution with custom code, and Extending HCL OneTest™ Performance to support other protocols. This guide is intended for testers or test execution specialists.
Running schedules with performance testing
After you have added the user groups, tests, and other items to a schedule, and you are satisfied that it represents a realistic workload, you run the schedule.
Extending test execution with custom code
You can extend how you run your tests by writing custom Java™ code and calling the code from the test. You can also specify that results from the tests that are affected by your custom code be included in reports.
Extending HCL OneTest™ Performance to support other protocols
The HCL OneTest™ Performance Extensibility Software Development Kit (SDK) enables you to create extensions to support testing new protocols without modifying the core product code. You can create an extension that provides functionality for testing other protocols in addition to the HTTP protocol support that is standard in HCL OneTest™ Performance.
This guide describes how to keep track of the performance of the application by evaluating the test results. This guide is intended for test managers.
Evaluating results
After the test or schedule run completes, the performance data is displayed in the results. The results include various reports. You can customize the reports based on your needs.
This guide describes how to analyze and resolve some of the common problems that you might encounter while you work with HCL OneTest™ Performance.
Troubleshooting performance testing
This topic provides information about how to troubleshoot several problems with HCL OneTest™ Performance.
Performance testing error messages
Find more information about the error messages.
This guide describes, additional topics to gain more knowledge about HCL OneTest™ Performance.
Accessibility features
Users who have a physical disability, such as limited vision, can review the available accessibility features to use their information technology products successfully.
General reference for performance testing
See these performance testing topics for general reference.
UI reference for performance testing
Generic service client references
Read these reference topics for Generic service client.
WSDL security editor reference
With the Web Service Description Language (WSDL) security editor you can create and edit security configurations for a WSDL file.
Security considerations for the product
This document describes the actions that you can take to ensure that your installation is secure, customize your security settings, and set up user access controls.
Notices
This document provides information about copyright, trademarks, terms and conditions for the product documentation.