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New HP LoadRunner content on HPLN – correlation rules for Oracle Hyperion

p3.pngHP Live Network (HPLN) allows you to share content with other users of HP products, and up to now, most of the content available for HP LoadRunner and Performance Center was generated by HP.  But now, we’re pleased to announce the first community content submitted by a customer, “Correlation Rules for Hyperion”.

 

Continue reading to learn more about how you can download these correlation rules, and how they can help you create your LoadRunner scripts.

How to use JavaScript in your HP LoadRunner scripts

web_js_run.pngWhen we performance-test a website, a web application, or even a REST service we can be sure that JavaScript plays some role in the business process we are about to test.  HP LoadRunner uses C as the native language for scripting HTTP/HTML scripts, but it allows integration and use of JavaScript code with relative ease. 

 

Continue reading to learn how you can leverage JavaScript code by integrating it with your HP LoadRunner test scripts.

 

 This post was written by Boris Kozorovitzky, from the HP LoadRunner R&D team. VJFW8SPKZ64E

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Webinar: Move Performance Testing to the Next Level with HP Performance Center

Are you satisfied with your performance testing processes and standards? Do disparate teams in IT and in your LOB organizations share performance testing resources and results? Can you trace all defects and how overall quality is being applied across your projects and releases? If not, it’s time to think standardize, share, and even Center of Excellence.

This webinar will focus on these best practices and highlight them by demonstrating the capabilities of HP Performance Center – solution expressly designed for end-to-end application performance.

 

Register here

Virtual Event: The power of change with United Airlines, T-Mobile and Nationwide

Industry experts from T-Mobile, United Airlines, Forrester, SunTrust, Nationwide, and Iron Mountain gather to share how you can stay ahead and technology change and make it your competitive advantage. Join the HP Power to Change virtual event on September 10!

 

Register here

Configuring client-side SSL/TLS security certificates to enable TruClient to work with HTTPS

firefox.pngA customer recently encountered a situation where he was unable to use LoadRunner’s TruClient protocol to record a business process that involved communicating with an HTTPS-secured web application. 

 

Continue reading to find out how I diagnosed and resolved the problem.

 

This post was written by Yehuda Sabag, from the HP TruClient R&D team.

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  • I have been working in the computer software industry since 1989. I started out in customer support then software testing where I was a very early adopter of automation, first functional test automation and them performance test automation. I worked in professional services for 8 years before returning to my roots in customer support where I have been a Technical Account Manger for HP's Premier Support department for the past 4 years. I have been using HP LoadRunner since 1998 and HP Performance Center since 2004. I also have strong technical understanding of HP Application Lifecycle Management (Quality Center) and HP SiteScope.
  • Malcolm is a functional architect, focusing on best practices and methodologies across the software development lifecycle.
  • Michael Deady is a Pr. Consultant & Solution Architect for HP Professional Service and HP's ALM Evangelist for IT Experts Community. He specializes in software development, testing, and security. He also loves science fiction movies and anything to do with Texas.
  • Mukulika is Product Manager for HP Performance Center, a core part of the HP Software Performance Validation Suite, addressing the Enterprise performance testing COE market. She has 14 years experience in IT Consulting, Software development, Architecture definition and SaaS. She is responsible for driving future strategy, roadmap, optimal solution usage and best practices and serves as primary liaison for customers and the worldwide field community.
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