The test designer is upgraded to simplify manual correlation of the test scripts. Now StresStimulus helps to find dynamic values and create required extractors and parameters faster and more accurate. 1. Automatically highlighting dynamic values.
V4. 5 public beta has been available for several months now. Today we issued the release notes that summarize the new features and enhancements The main highlights of v4. 5 are:. [More]
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V4. 3 Maintenance Update 1 was released today, It includes several fixes, as well as the following enhancements:. 1. New method of finding dynamic variables. Previous versions offered a method of finding dynamic parameters missed by autocorrelation by Comparing Recorded and Replayed Sessions. [More]
We are excited to announce the release of v4. 3 today. Main focus:The main focus of v4. 3 was in 3 areas:. Raising flexibility and productivity of test configuration and scripting;. Increasing application performance visibility and reporting customization;. [More]
Better scripting. 1. Enhanced script editor. Two new functions are added on the script editor toolbar: Highlight all found and "Clear Highlights". 2. Upgraded Scripting API. Scripting API is extended to support new relevant UI functionality in scripting. 3. Optimized autocorrelation.
1. Easier test annotation. Now you can quickly add comments to multiple tests after their execution. In the analyze results tree, select a test and enter comments in the Test Run Comment property. The comments are not included in the test results.
Enhanced test case tree. 1. Consolidated tree for simplified test case management. In the previous versions, test case objects were presented in two trees. The first tree displayed pages with children objects such as requests, extractors, parameters and validators.
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