Performance Testing using TruWeb
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- What is TruWeb?
TruWeb Environment Setup
Recording in TruWeb
- Generate TruWeb Scripts
- Filter Traffic in TruWeb
- TruWeb Script Enhancements
- Data Encryption
- TruWeb Script Execution
- Debugging and Error Handling
- Automatic Correlation using Rules
- Correlation Rule Converter
- Version Controlling TruWeb Scripts using GitHub
- Using npm in TruWeb
- TruWeb Load Testing
- TruWeb Best Practices
- Mini Project
- Result Analysis
- Basic understanding about performance testing
- Basic hands on experience in Micro Focus LoadRunner
Great course if you want to start with TruWeb. Takes you from the basics of installation and setting up your environment to advanced topics like extractors. - Boris Kozorovitzky - Architect of TruWeb
40+ Lectures | More to come | One and Only Course on Micro Focus LoadRunner TruWeb Protocol
Micro Focus announced its newer protocol called TruWeb in LoadRunner 12.60. TruWeb has lot of potential in future performance testing arena. It is scalable, light weight, and cross-platform compatible. You can run TruWeb script in Windows, Mac and Linux and using almost any editors such as Visual Studio Code, Eclipse, Virtual User Generator etcetera. Also, you can execute TruWeb scripts in Performance Center as well. It is free to use (at this time of writing).
By learning this course `Performance Testing using TruWeb`, you are ready to impress your project manager, VP, even CTO by proposing this solution as a part of your organization performance test practices.
Also, you will be adding `TruWeb` protocol in your resume to make it stronger and stand unique in the crowd.
Even if you do not have any prior knowledge about Micro Focus tools or performance testing, I tried to explain the concepts in laymen terms.
I divided the course into four sections:
Course starts with very basics and fundamentals about TruWeb called `Getting Ready`. Then, you will learn all the importance concepts in TruWeb which will be very useful to design your test scripts in `Ramp Up` section.
In `Steady State` section, you will be comfortable in executing load testing using TruWeb in your local system. Higher the power, higher the load injection.
In `Ramp Down` section, you will learn the best practices, results analysis and there is a mini project script I have attached for your learning purpose.
- Manual software testers, Test Automation experts who are interested to get started with the performance testing.
- Performance Test Engineers who wants to explore TruWeb - a brand new protocol offering from Micro Focus
- Performance Test Engineers who are familiar with other protocols in LoadRunner and other commercial or open source tools
***** IMPORTANT TIPS *****
scenario.yml is NOT MANDATORY. If the argument mode=load you are passing in the command prompt, then it is required.
TruWeb doesn't load node.js libraries.
TruWeb doesn't run vusers in node.js.
You can modify/delete the options in rts.yml. If options are missing in your rts.yml, it will take the default values from TRUWEB\rts.yml
Download Atom from https://atom.io/
Download TruWeb Plugin from Micro Focus Marketplace https://marketplace.microfocus.com/appdelivery/content/truweb
Extract the contents and place it in C:\Users\<YourUserName>\.atom\packages in Windows OS
Launch Atom and look for TruWeb in Menu bar
Make sure that the extracted contents of TruWeb plugin should be placed as per following folder structure, otherwise you will not see TruWeb menu C:\Users\<YourUserName>\.atom\packages\truweb-atom-plugin
Step 1 - AES 256 bit key
TruWebUtils -mode=genKey -keyLocation=DataEncryption/myKey.txt <yourPassPhrase>
Step 2 - Encrypt data
TruWebUtils -mode=enc -keyLocation=DataEncryption/myKey.txt <testData>
Configure Runtime Settings
rts.yml > encryption > keylocation TRUWEB_HOME/DataEncryption/myKey.txt
***** IMPORTANT TIP *****
To copy folder content to your repository, please use below command in Windows.
xcopy <SourceFolder>\* <DestinationFolder> /s
To prevent Visual Studio Code asking for GitHub credentials, in the Terminal enter the following command:
git config --global credential.helper wincred