Task flow: Working with the HCL Quality Server Infrastructure dashboard

You can use the HCL Quality Server Infrastructure dashboard to perform administrative tasks such as viewing agents and proxies registered with HCL Quality Server.

The task flow presents tasks that an Administrator can perform in the HCL Quality Server Infrastructure dashboard. The following links to the associated topics provide more information to complete the tasks.

  Task More information
1. Register the HCL OneTest™ API Agent with HCL Quality Server. Registering HCL OneTest API Agent with the HCL Quality Server
2. Configure HCL Quality Server to use HTTPS communication protocol. Configuring HCL Quality Server
3. Set up the recording rule for the type of traffic being tested by the test application you are running. Select from the following supported types of traffic.  
3.1 Set up recording of HTTP/HTTPS traffic. Recording HTTP and HTTPS traffic
3.2 Set up recording of TCP traffic. Recording TCP traffic
3.3 Set up recording of Java Message Service (JMS) traffic. Recording Java Message Service (JMS) traffic
3.4 Set up recording of Java method calls. Recording Java method calls
3.5 Set up recording of SQL statements to create database stubs. Creating database stubs by using the Recording Studio
4. Log in to HCL Quality Server. Logging in and out
5. Use the landing page of RTCP to navigate to the Infrastructure dashboard. Navigating the user interface
6. Learn about features you can use while working in the Infrastructure dashboard to sort and search for agents and proxies. Working with HCL Quality Server dashboards
7. View agents or proxies running in HCL Quality Server.  
7.1 View agents running in HCL Quality Server. Viewing running agents
7.2 View proxies registered with HCL Quality Server. Viewing running proxies
8. Modify the log level set for the proxies. Modifying log levels
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