The NeoLoad Web panel allows you to configure the connection between NeoLoad and NeoLoad Web.
Activate data transfer to NeoLoad Web
Check this option so that the data related to your projects designed in NeoLoad Controller is automatically sent to NeoLoad Web.
You still have the possibility to choose on a case-by-case basis which test result you want to send to NeoLoad Web when you start a test.
-nlwebTokenargument is declared with the command line, the command line configuration overrides any configuration made on the Preferences screen regarding the activation or not of this option.
The Deployment section enables you to select how NeoLoad Web is deployed in your infrastructure. NeoLoad Web can be deployed either:
http://nlweb.<your company>.com:8080. To know the URL used in your deployment, contact your NeoLoad Web IT Administrator.
The Authentication section enables you to authenticate to NeoLoad Web using a token.
Token-based authentication secures an application based on access tokens that you can generate to enable other users to log in to the application. This way, you can give access to partners without exposing your password. You can change your password without updating your access tokens and delete the tokens you don't need any longer without having to change your password.
-nlwebTokenargument is declared with the command line, the command line configuration overrides any configuration made on the Preferences screen regarding the access token entered.
The Proxy section enables to select the proxy you want to use to connect to NeoLoad Web in HTTP or HTTPS mode.
For more information, see Proxy.
In the Check connection section, use the Test button to check the connection (server configuration, authentication information, proxy settings if any, repository if any).
The Subscription section depends on the deployment type:
Subscription and tests consumption is linked to an Account, which means that it is common to all members of the same Account.
License consumption is based in hours and is displayed in percentage.
It is split up into two distinct criteria: