Check out below the new features and improvements for LoadRunner Developer and the DevWeb engine, version 2020 SP3.
For updates in earlier 2020 versions, see What's New in earlier versions.
- This Help Center provides help for version 2020 and all the 2020 service packs. Any version-specific changes are indicated where relevant.
- In earlier versions, LoadRunner Developer was referred to as DevWeb (or TruWeb) Standalone.
Version 2020 SP3
LoadRunner Developer and the DevWeb engine 2020 SP3 include the following updates:
|Integration with LRE||
The new integration with LoadRunner Enterprise enables you to scale your DevWeb script for more than 50 Vusers, using the LRE infrastructure and license.
|Integration with LRC||
The improved integration with LoadRunner Cloud includes password encryption and the ability to mask your password.
|Support on Microsoft Azure||
LoadRunner Developer is now fully supported in Microsoft Azure. In addition, improvements were made to the SLA JUnit report. You can incorporate LoadRunner Developer tests into your Azure CI flow, and view results reports, and SLA and results analysis.
This release includes a replay summary report when running your script in load mode.
See Replay summary.
The following improvements have been made to application API testing:
|VTS API to search rows||
Use the new vtsClient.searchRows method to locate a row within a VTS table, using specified column values.
|AWS V4 WebRequest signing||
The DevWeb engine now supports automatically signing for AWS API requests as part of replay. This is used with applications that are using AWS services.
Brotli content encoding (compression) is now supported during script replay.
|Disable redirections for WebRequest||
The DevWeb engine now supports disabling redirections for WebRequest.
|Support body JSON object for “application/json”||
When the request body is provided as JSON object and the content type is application/json, it is sent it as a string.
|New utils APIs||
|VS Code template||
The VS Code template includes the following additional tasks:
LoadRunner Developer and DevWeb work with all the LoadRunner family products. For details on what's new in each, see the appropriate help center: