Tests

To go to the Tests page, click > Tests.

The Tests page lists the tests provisioned for your account.

All your tests are organized into tabs for:

On each tab, you can:

  • Search for a test by name and filter the test list by test status, type, and other criteria.
  • Expand a test to view configuration details.
  • Create and manage tests.

Each test is identified by product (test type). Performance tests are also identified by Browser Agent.

Test type

Backbone test icon Backbone

Last Mile test icon Last Mile

Private Last Mile test icon Private Last Mile

Mobile test icon Mobile

Availability test icon Availability

Browser Agent

IE Agent icon Internet Explorer

Firefox Agent icon Firefox

Chrome Agent icon Chrome

Mobile Agent icon Mobile

Performance tests

The Performance test list displays the following information:

  • Name – The test name.
  • Steps – The number of steps in the test.
  • Last modified – If the test was never modified, this column displays the date and time it was created. The column head lists the account time zone relative to GMT.
  • Modified by – The user who most recently modified (or created) the test.
  • Ext. XF points/month – The estimated number of XF points the test consumes per month.
  • Activate – Whether the test status is activated or inactive . Click the switch to change the status.

Filter the Performance tests

Use the filters in the left sidebar to quickly find a specific test.

To search for a specific test, type any part of the test name in the Filter tests field.

To filter the test list by one or more configuration details, click the appropriate filters. You can filter by:

  • StatusActive or Inactive.
  • Product – The Performance test types.
  • Browser – The Browser Agent(s) on which the tests run.
  • ConfigurationInclude Objects enabled or disabled in the test settings, and Screen Capture on Error (SCoE) enabled or disabled.
  • Locations – A specified number of measurement locations.
  • Steps – A range of the number of steps in the test, from 0–9 through 20–29.

Availability tests

The Availability Test feature needs to be enabled for each account. If you want to use this feature but don't see it in the Synthetic Classic Portal, please contact your account manager.

The Availability test list displays the following information:

  • Name – The test name.
  • Last modified – If the test was never modified, this column displays the date and time it was created. The column head lists the account time zone relative to GMT.
  • Modified by – The user who most recently modified (or created) the test.
  • Ext. XF points/month – The estimated number of XF points the test consumes per month.
  • Activate – Whether the test status is activated or inactive. . Click the switch to change the status.

Tests page: Availability tab

Filter the Availability tests

Use the filters in the left sidebar to quickly find a specific test.

To search for a specific test, type any part of the test name in the Filter tests field.

To filter the test list by one or more configuration details, click the appropriate filters. You can filter by:

  • StatusActive or Inactive tests.
  • Type – Http tests.
  • Locations – A range of the number of locations where the test is running, from 0–9 through 30+.

Manage tests

From the Tests page, you can:

To manage multiple tests at the same time:

  1. Select the check boxes for the tests.

  2. Click the control above the test list:

    • Delete selected – Deleting a test can't be undone.
    • Edit selected – Only available for Performance tests.
    • – Activate or deactivate the tests.

Export the test list

To export the test list with configuration details for each test, click the more icon at the top right corner of the page and select whether to export the list in CSV or XLS format.

Only the tests on the active tab are exported.

Manage batch orders

Batch orders are only available for Performance tests.

Select the Batch orders tab to view and manage batch orders for your account. For more information, see Batch orders.

To manage templates, select > Test templates.

Manage test folders

To organize tests in folders, go to the Folder management page.