QEngine Script Monitors


Applications Manager provides with QEngine script monitoring functionality to automatically monitor the QEngine Webperformance script. QEngine is an automated testing platform for testing of Back-End & Middle-tier (server-side) and Web (Record & Play) functionality and performance of J2EE/J2SE applications. More information on QEngine is available here.

To add QEngine Script Monitor, follow the given steps:

  1. Click New Monitor. Choose QEngine Script Monitor.

  2. Enter the Display Name of the Monitor.

  3. Give the absolute path of the testcase file (.tst) as QEngine Script File Path.

  4. Enter the Polling Interval. By default, it is 5 minutes

  5. If you are adding a new monitor from an Admin Server, select a Managed Server.

  6. Specify the Timeout value in seconds. The value can be the maximum time taken by the script to execute. By default it is 60 seconds. If the script execution is not completed within the specified timeout period Applications Manager reports the webperformace test as failed.

  7. In Linux, Specify the mode in which script should be executed. By default, it is "sh".

  8. Upon adding the QEngine script monitor, you can view the details of the newly added QEngine Script Monitor


See Also


Monitor Information - QEngine Script Monitors | Create Other New Monitors