Release Notes: This release has major usability enhancements. The enhanced scenario editor offers the ability to execute the complete scenario definition from within the editor. Support for designing data driven tests has been enhanced, and now includes new data sources to read values from files, counters, dates, and more. The support for load testing of HTTP applications has also been extended with new features.
Release Notes: PureLoad is now available in two editions. PureLoad Web that is aimed for load testing of Web applications, and includes the PureLoad HTTP Recorder and PureLoad Web Crawler tools. The PureLoad Enterprise edition extends the Web edition with abilities for testing any server-based application. It includes built-in support for testing of HTTP, NNTP, FTP, JDBC, JMS, mail, and more. The Web support has been greatly improved. Among many other features, it is now possible to record SSL requests, which eases the process of testing HTTPS applications.
Release Notes: Lots of enhancements and new functions were added. The user documentation was completely rewritten.
Release Notes: HTTP tasks have been restructured. A new HTTP task package is now included, with various internal modifications. These changes are backward compatible. A new HTTP recorder tool is now supported. There are two new HTTP tasks: the first is 'HttpPostFileTask' that uses HTTP multipart POST to upload a file to a server, the second is HttpHeaderTask, which allows setting of any HTTP headers. There is a Task API with worker attributes, and task subclasses can now set and get attributes per Worker.
Release Notes: Mainly bugfixes but there are also some new features. A new HTTP task, called HttpCookieTask, was added to allow setting of a cookie from the client side. Some toolbar button states were corrected. URL query parameters and body parameters for POST requests are now separate in the recorder. SSL now works with self-signed certificates.
Release Notes: A new feature to distribute load over time, with the following distribution functions: Burst (distribute as much as possible), Linear, Quadratic, and Normal. Configurations are saved as text files in XML format. A new tool is included called PureSight, intended to help create scenarios that can create load on a Web server. Count of bytes read/written can be reported by HTTP tasks, and many of the bugs were fixed.