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    How to record/execute Linux commands

    Hi All,

    Below I have explained the problem with some info on scenario.

    Test info:
    I have a application which takes input from Linux. Application is hosted on Linux box on JBOSS, but we don't have any interface for the application. So the Junit case is to be executed from Unix client(putty) interface.
    1) The testing files needs to be uploaded to a particular folder ex: \testcases\input
    2) Upon on executing the test the output would be redirect to a particular folder ex: \testcases\output

    Problem Questions:
    1. How do i record the Linux client(putt) interface commands? If yes how do we do?
    2. Is there any way where we can record such scenario?

    Thanks in Advance
    Vinod
    If you want a high quality software system, you must ensure each of its parts is of high quality. by Watts S. Humphrey

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    Re: How to record/execute Linux commands

    OpenSTA currently just records and plays back HTTP. What you describe is not HTTP unless the command line client you are using on Linux is producing HTTP.

    If you wish to test driving your SSH client (which in this case is Putty but could be anything) then you need to find a Windows GUI tesing tool.

    If you wish to test by running the command line app then you need to find a tool for load testing at the command line - probably on your *nix box.

    If however you want to perform HTTP load tests of your JBOSS server then you need to record and replay the HTTP your command line client is using (if it is). This can be done using your OpenSTA installation on Windows using Remote (Manual) recording mode - covered in the FAQ here: http://portal.opensta.org/faq.php?topic=RemoteRecording

    To make the recording you will be basically setting your command line apps HTTP proxy to be the OpenSTA Gateway on your Windows box.
    Daniel Sutcliffe
    OpenSTA part-time Caretaker - http://OpenSTA.org/

 

 

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