Selenium dynatrace integration – Draft

http://selenium.polteq.com/en/using-dynatrace-to-measure-the-performance/

Dynatrace Browser Agent(extension) Environment Variables setting (need dynatrace account registration): https://apmcommunity.compuware.com/community/display/AJAXFORUM/Automation+with+dynaTrace+AJAX+Edition?focusedCommentId=28607199

Excerpt below

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Activation of the dynaTrace AJAX Agent (valid for Ajax Edition 3.x)

The dynaTrace AJAX Agent can be configured via environment variables. These variables are checked when the Agent is loaded by IE or FF and they allow you to control activation, session name and connectivity.

Env-Variable Description
DT_AE_AGENTACTIVE true=Activates Agent
DT_AE_AGENTNAME Name of the recorded session, e.g.: TestRun1234. Default: Visitied URL plus a timestamp.
DT_AE_SERVER (optional) Allows you to connect to a dynaTrace AJAX Client on a different port (only localhost connections are allowed). Default: localhost:9988
DT_AE_CLEARCACHE (optional) Allows you to clear the browser cache before browsing through your sites. Default: false
DT_AE_STARTURL (optional) Allows you to specify an initial Start Url. Default: about:blank

Activation of the dynaTrace AJAX Agent (valid for Ajax Edition 2.x)

The dynaTrace AJAX Agent can be configured via environment variables. These variables are checked when the Agent is loaded by IE and they allow you to control activation, session name and connectivity.

Env-Variable Description
DT_IE_AGENT_ACTIVE true=Activates Agent
DT_IE_SESSION_NAME Name of the recorded session, e.g.: TestRun1234. Default: Visitied URL plus a timestamp.
DT_IE_SERVER_HOST (optional) Allows you to connect to a dynaTrace AJAX Client on a different machine. Default: localhost
DT_IE_SERVER_PORT (optional) Allows you to connect to a dynaTrace AJAX Client on a different port. Default: 9988
DT_IE_CLEAR_CACHE (optional) Allows you to clear the browser cache before browsing through your sites. Default: false

Dynatrace integration with showslow(it can be your own API endpoint)

http://blog.dynatrace.com/2010/10/30/web-performance-optimization-use-cases-part-3-automation/

Eclipse Java, Selenium, Dynatrace integration

http://selenium.polteq.com/en/using-dynatrace-to-measure-the-performance/

Selenium Dynatrace BrowserMob integration

http://blog.dynatrace.com/2009/08/07/seleniumbrowsermob-integration-with-dynatrace/

Selenium Dynatrace : How to use your Selenium Tests for automated JavaScript/AJAX Performance Analysis

http://blog.dynatrace.com/2010/05/21/how-to-use-your-selenium-tests-for-automated-javascriptajax-performance-analysis/

Dynatrace Showslow integration

http://blog.dynatrace.com/2011/01/05/5-steps-to-setup-showslow-as-web-performance-repository-for-dynatrace-data/

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