Eggplant Performance 9 Release Notes

Features and Improvements 9.0.1 (28 January 2019)

  • Support for Windows server SUTs with Eggplant Cloud.
    • Eggplant Functional virtual users can now execute against Windows Server 2016 instances running in Eggplant Cloud.
    • Windows instances now come prepackaged with Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.

  • Support Brotli decompression format.

    • Users can now record, generate, and replay websites that use the Brotli compression format.
  • Password protection for the whole workspace.
    • Added the ability to protect a workspace with a password.
    • Users can now switch to a different workspace when presented with a password-protected workspace on launching of Studio.
  • Improved logging of errors and warnings in the VU Event Log to help with debugging of errors and warnings in the VU script(s).

  • Additional improvements and bug fixes.
    • A new option in Preferences dialog now enables detailed logging.
    • Improved algorithm to accommodate Data correlation rules.
    • Added the ability to turn off cookie comments when generating web scripts.

Features and Improvements 9.0.0 (3 December 2018)

  • Hosted injectors with Eggplant Cloud.
    • Provides hosted injector capacity running in the cloud.
    • Injectors are automatically created on demand when you start a test run.
    • Injectors can be hosted in multiple regions (Western Europe, US East Coast, US West Coast).
  • Hosted Eggplant Functional SUTs with Eggplant Cloud.
    • Provides hosted systems under test (SUTs) for use with Eggplant Functional virtual users (VUs).
    • The initial release of Eggplant Cloud provides one type of SUT, a Ubuntu desktop with Chrome and Firefox installed. This SUT is suitable for testing websites. More types of SUTs will be added to Eggplant Cloud over time.
    • SUTs are automatically created on demand when you start a test run, and are automatically terminated at the end of the test run.
    • Eggplant Functional connection details are managed automatically, so that each VU is mapped to a single SUT.
  • Integration with Eggplant AI.
    • Integration with Eggplant AI 2.2.1 allows creation, execution, and analysis of Eggplant Performance tests directly from the Eggplant AI interface.
    • Performance tests can be defined in Eggplant AI by allocating VUs to existing test cases.
    • Eggplant AI uses the Eggplant Performance REST APIs to create, execute, and analyze performance tests.
  • REST API for test creation.
    • The existing REST API has been extended to allow a user to create new test definitions.
    • Creation of workspaces, projects, injectors, Eggplant Functional suites, scripts, workflows, and tests can be fully automated.
  • HTTP/2 support.
    • The C# and Java web virtual users can now send and receive HTTP/2 traffic.
  • Improved logging.
    • Script names and line numbers are now written to the VUs' event log in the event of an error or warning.
    • WinHTTP error codes are written to the VUs' event log in the event of an error when making an HTTP request.
  • Many more bug fixes and improvements.

Analyzer

  • Added additional columns to the Transactions Summary table (count, minimum response time, maximum response time).
  • Added methods to the REST API for retrieving the Transaction and Request summary tables.
  • Increased the default chart width in HTML reports.

 

This topic was last updated on February 27, 2019, at 03:30:20 PM.

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