If your team runs lots of load tests, you’ll like the new RedLine13 Projects. Projects automatically groups together tests. There is also a Project Dashboard. From the Dashboard you can see your Projects and the last five tests and the results for each Project. And a new one-click Rerun button is available on the Dashboard.
You can also use RedLine13 user-defined Tags to give you even more control. Read about RedLine13 Tags.
Both features are included with RedLine13 Premium subscriptions.
RedLine13 has a new Projects Dashboard which displays more information and tools to make managing your tests easier than ever. RedLine13 organizes your tests by their name. A test name is now a ‘Project’ and all tests with that name are part of that Project.
In the screenshot above, the projects were just “clone & run” of previous tests. In the new Project Dashboard all tests with the same name are grouped together, making it easier to navigate and organize.
You will still have the current Tests Dashboard which contains every test.
To access the two dashboards, Tests is now a drop down menu.
Project Dashboard Details
Here is some additional information on the components of the Project Dashboard.
Results are displayed when you begin typing a Project name.
This shows 5 latest tests and their success results.
Red – below 75%
Yellow – from 75% to 90%
Green – 90% or more
Hover on each bar to show the success rate for the test. Clicking on a bar will display the test.
Rerun – rerun latest test with same configuration and name.
Live – links to a currently executing test.
When in the Project Dashboard you can click on any project. You will be taken to the most recent version of the test results. Your test history will be available on the left side allowing you to navigate to previous test history.Miguel Angel Flores de Montanaro, Software Quality Control Manager at HBO Latin America:
The new RedLine13 Projects feature makes it easy to organize our tests. We’re using industry-standard JMeter and saving money because the RedLine13 costs are so low and now it’s easier to manage our tests.
We’ve also made a change in the current Tests Dashboard. Now when you click on a test and land on the expected results page, you will have access to previous test history for the project, even though you did not come from the projects page.
You can try RedLine13 and these new Test Management features for yourself for free with a trial subscription.