Build TruWeb scripts
This topic describes different options for building your TruWeb script. You can create a script using VuGen, generate it from a HAR file, or develop it manually using your preferred IDE or text editor.
For details about the structure of a TruWeb script, see TruWeb script structure.
Write a TruWeb script manually using external tools
The following HTTP features are supported, among others:
Synchronous web requests
- Asynchronous web requests
HTTP error code handling
You can work with a variety of IDEs and text editors, for example, Atom.io, or JetBrains WebStorm (IntelliJ). For more information on working with common IDEs, see Configure TruWeb for your IDE.
Record a script
Record a business process in your web browser, or using the TruWeb Proxy Recorder, and save it as a HAR file. Then use the TruWeb Offline Script Generator tool to generate the HAR file into a TruWeb script.
For more information, see Create TruWeb scripts from recordings.
Create/Edit a TruWeb script in VuGen
You can also import a TruWeb script created with a tool other than VuGen, and continue to edit in VuGen.
To import a TruWeb script into VuGen:
- In VuGen, select File > Open > Import TruWeb Script.
- Browse to your script's main.js file and click Open.
- Enter a name for your script, and the location where you want to save the imported script.
- Click Import.
For information about the TruWeb script structure, see TruWeb script structure.
For information about creating VuGen scripts, see the VuGen Help Center.
Note: To run a TruWeb script using LoadRunner/Performance Center, you need to first import the script into VuGen.