I've recently been looking at integrating LoadRunner scripts into the Jenkins build process for a Trust IV client. Inspired by a recent HPE webinar and the fact that several different development teams where I'm working are incorporating automated testing, managed by Jenkins into their application development cycle (Dev-Ops).
Here at Trust IV, we’re always keen to practice our performance testing skills against different application platforms. Historically we’ve been called upon to test banking, retail, CRM and even video-streaming applications; consequently, when we practice our skills, train new users or demonstrate our testing capabilities to customers, we like to use a realistic application.
We are extremely pleased to announce that we are now partners with HP Software. As a silver level partner, we are one of only a handful of performance testing service providers in the UK to have this accreditation. We have built a long standing relationship with HP over the years and are long-term users of their tools and products.
I was browsing LinkedIn Groups this morning and I came across a discussion in the HP LoadRunner Software group. One of the testers who is a member of this group was asking whether it is possible to send an email from LoadRunner. He had a couple of ideas about how to do this using LoadRunner’s support for either MAPI or SMTP protocols. Several contributors had suggested alternative ideas.These suggestions included: