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TruClient records exactly the actions you took during the recording session. Since the application's responses may change with each run, the recorded script will probably not run to completion. In addition, the data collected will be according to the TruClient defaults.
To allow the script to run and to capture the measurements you are interested in, you enhance the recorded script. Some examples of enhancement are:
- Parameters. You parameterize the data sent by the client so that the server does not always receive the same requests.
- Transactions. A transaction is a part of the business process that you want to collect data on. For example, in an account debit business process you might want to collect data separately on the time to update the balance and the time to confirm the user's right to perform the debit.
- Handling events and exceptions.
What do you want to do?
- Enhance a TruClient script with Toolbox functions
- Use Parameters to Vary Arguments
- Insert Transactions
- Use TruClient Functions and Function Libraries
- Use an Event Handler