Events

The Tenant management's Events tab enables admins to view all the events that are enabled in your tenant's projects.

Event details

You can define two types of events in your tenant—project events or tenant events. You can configure the events to be triggered when a certain condition is reached in your projects or tenant. The condition can be a failed transaction threshold, system error, or system notification.

For tenant events, you receive notifications when the event occurs in your tenant.

Project type events can be shared. After sharing a project event, you receive notifications when the event occurs in the shared projects.

To view all events, go to LoadRunner Cloud banner > Settings > Tenant management > Events.

Note: If you do not see the Events tab in the Tenant management area, submit a service request to enable event notification.

The Event grid shows the event name, the number of projects subscribed to the event (for project-scoped events), and the creation date. Each event has a toggle indicating whether or not it is currently active.

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Event management

Admins can create both project and tenant type events. Project events can be shared with multiple projects. Users can receive notifications when the project event occurs in the shared projects or when a tenant event occurs in the tenant.

To manage your events, go to LoadRunner Cloud banner > Settings > Tenant management > Events.

The following actions are available:

Action How to

Create a new event

  1. Click Create and provide a name for the event.

  2. Enter a Microsoft Teams or Webex Incoming Webhook URL. This URL lets users receive messages on Microsoft Teams or Webex when the event occurs within LoadRunner Cloud.

  3. Select a project event trigger type (optional):

    • Runtime events:

      • TRT break triggered when the transaction response time exceeds the configured threshold (for details, see Configure SLAs) during a test run.

      • Transactions failure triggered when a transaction fails during a test run.

      Note: Each type of runtime event can be triggered up to three times during a test run, with a minimum interval of ten minutes between each trigger.

    • End of run events:

      • Failed transactions triggered when the test run ends and the failed transactions ratio exceeded the threshold configured for your tenant.

      • System error triggered when a test run ends with a system error.

      • Test run completion triggered when a test run ends with a status of Passed, Failed, Stopped, Halted, or Aborted.

  4. Select a tenant type event (optional). The currently available trigger is a System notification, triggered when your tenant receives a notification. This setting applies to all projects.

Note: Tenant and project event triggers cannot be selected at the same time.

Edit an event

  1. In the grid, select an event and click Edit.

  2. Edit the event name and project event trigger type as required, and click Save.

Delete an event

Admins can delete events even if they are shared by multiple projects.

  1. Select an event in the grid.

  2. Click Delete. The selected event is deleted.

Share an event

To subscribe a project to an event:

  1. In the grid, select the event to share. This opens the Share event dialog box that allows you to indicate which projects are able to subscribe to the selected event

    Use the Search box to find a specific event.

  2. Click Share. You can only share events of the project trigger types—not tenant trigger types.
  3. In the Share event: <event_name> dialog box, toggle the projects that you want to subscribe to the event in the Share column. Click Save.

View the projects sharing an event

Select an event from the grid and view the right pane.

  • The Projects tab shows the projects that are subscribed to the selected event.

  • The Enabled events tab shows the event types enabled for the selected event.

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Filter the display

You can filter the events displayed by:

  • Selecting specific projects
  • Searching for a specific event or project name

You can also sort the events displayed by the column names, for example, name or creation date.

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