Note: This topic applies to Flex Vuser scripts only.
The Flex Vuser protocol emulates communication between a client server application that uses the Flex collection of technologies.
What is Flex?
Flex is a collection of technologies that provides developers with a framework for building RIAs (Rich Internet Applications) based on the Flash Player.
Flex applications consist of many MXML and ActionScript files. They are compiled into a single SWF movie file which can be played by the Flash player installed on the client's browser.
Note: For Flex applications working with SOAP data, use the Web Services Vuser protocol.
The following tables describe the specific technologies that are supported by the VuGen recording engine.
|AMF0||Action Message Format|
|AMF3||Action Message Format - Compressed format|
|RTMP||Real Time Message Protocol: Messaging and streaming over TCP|
|RTMPS||Real Time Message Protocol: Messaging and streaming over TCP/SSL|
|RTMPT||Real Time Message Protocol Tunneled: Messaging and streaming over HTTP|
VuGen supports the following development solutions:
|BlazeDS||Open Source Remoting and Messaging solution|
|GraniteDS||Open source development and integration solution for building Flex applications.|
|LiveCycle||Adobe development and integration solution for building Flex applications.|
Learn more about developing a Flex Vuser script
In addition to the generic documentation about recording Vuser scripts (Recording overview), see:
You may need to configure recording options for your Flex script:
In addition to the generic VuGen documentation on correlating Vuser scripts (Correlation overview), see:
In addition to the generic VuGen documentation about replaying Vuser scripts (Replay overview), see:
You may need to configure runtime settings for your Flex script:
See the generic documentation about debugging Vuser scripts (Debugging overview).