SPDY is an open networking protocol for transporting web content. The goal of SPDY is to reduce web page load time. The transport is SSL (HTTPS). SPDY does not replace HTTP rather, it modifies the way HTTP requests and responses are sent.
This tasks describes how to record a Web - HTTP/HTML script that uses the SPDY protocol.
Note: SPDY scripts do not fully support HTML parsing, snapshots, the Design Studio (correlations), or parameterization.
- Create a Web (HTTP/HTML ) Vuser script. For details see, Creating Vuser Scripts - Overview.
- Select Recording Options > Network > Port Mapping > Options > TLS NPN to enable the recording of the SPDY protocol.
- Click the Start Record button. In the Start Recording dialog box, select a browser. Note: If you are recording on Chrome, make sure all other instances of Chrome are closed before you begin the recording.
- Start recording and perform typical business processes on your application.