You use data selectors to extract data from bodies of HTML and text responses, WebSocket messages the server sends, response headers and cookies.
To extract data from Rich Internet Application (RIA) responses, such as JSON, XML or AML, store the needed values of specific response’s elements to variables.
Explains how you can extract values generated by Rich Internet Applications (RIA).
Explains how you can use data selectors to extract values from response body, headers, or cookies.
Explains how you can re-use values returned by a tested web server in further requests.
Explains how you can compare data received from a web server with baseline data.
Explains how you can modify data extracted from server responses.
Explains how to retarget requests in a scenario to a web server, whose URL is extracted from a previous server response or from an external source.
Explains how you can replace recorded parameters in requests sent to the tested web application with variables.