User Guide

The ZebraTester menu structure is somewhat different from other applications. Menu options are always context-sensitive; that is, only options relevant to the current operation are displayed. Also, there is no "main menu" or "main application window" (even though one of the menus has the title "Main Menu").

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Recording Web Surfing Sessions with Zebra Tester

Recording a Web surfing session is supported by using any web browser, like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari.

You can use also Zebra Tester in either Firefox or Chrome without installing their respective Apica Recorder Extensions.

However, without either Firefox or Chrome browser extension, you must reconfigure your Web browser before you will be able to record a Web surfing session. This is described in the Installation Guide, Chapter 3:

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Recording - Additional information

Recording can also be done of web surfing sessions of client programs.

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Processing Recording

After recording a web session, a number of further steps should be performed.

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Session Cutter

The Session Cutter Menu allows to combine one or more web surfing sessions to form a new session, similar to splicing motion picture film together to create a complete movie.

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Inner Loops

It is possible to define “inner loops” which include only some web pages of a recorded web surfing session.

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Session Parameters

After a web surfing session has been recorded, the load test program can be generated .

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Inner Loops

It is possible to define “inner loops” which include only some web pages of a recorded web surfing session.

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Generate Program

Only URLs which are visible in the main menu are used by the load test program. This means that you can use the URL filter to exclude certain types of URLs from being executed by the load test program.

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Executing Load Test Programs

After the load test program has been called by the Project Navigator, you must enter the test input parameters for the test run (a single execution of the load test program is also called “test run”).

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Analyzing Results

Measurement results can be analyzed using the Analyze Load Tests menu, into which the statistics result files can be loaded.

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Context Help

All views provide context specific help text, available using the Help button

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