Loadmill users can easily record real user sessions as Loadmill test flows, then integrate the flows into their Continuous Delivery pipeline and run them per each code-change.
Loadmill provides two main options to record real user sessions: Loadmill Chrome recorder extension and Loadmill node recorder.
Download the extension here.
Navigate to API Tests in Loadmill and create a Test Suite that will hold recorded test flows.
Open the Chrome Developer Tools, switch to the Loadmill Rec tab and select name of the created Test Suite in the extension.
4. Click on the "Clear" button within the extension to clear the captured requests list and navigate to the tested website.
5. Start recording your test. There are several filtering options: you can filter irrelevant domains by clicking on the "Add to filter" icon. That will automatically remove the domain requests and won't include them in future recordings. You can also delete single requests by clicking on the "Delete" icon.
Note, you can also configure URL Filters within the Recordings Settings so that the entire team will have the same filters.
6. To make sure your recorded session includes only relevant requests, you can click on the expanding arrow within requests to see their request and response body.
7. When you are done recording your session, click the "Upload" button at the bottom.
8. Click on the small box next to the Test Suite name to open the recorded test in your Test Suite.
9. Run the Test Suite by pressing the "RUN SUITE" button and see your results.
We've developed a smart recorder that allows users to capture traffic in the QA or Production environment and replay it as API tests.
Create a new recording from the Recordings tab in Loadmill.
Play your test scenarios in the recorded app. By default, the traffic is split to different sessions by its source (different IPs) and intermissions between user actions. (If you wish to manually split a recorded session in your test environment, use the Loadmill session splitter, else you can use our advanced Recordings settings)
When you're ready, stop the recording and generate a Test Suite from it.
See how to set the recorder up in the next guide.
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