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Mobile Testing:Submit a test

Last Updated:Feb 28, 2022

Prerequisites

  • Resource plans for remote device debugging are purchased, or resource usage does not exceed the free quota. For more information, see Pricing.

  • (Optional) The iOS app that you want to test is uploaded. For more information, see Upload an app.

  • (Optional) A test directory and a use case are created. For more information, see Manage test cases.

  • The Mobile Testing console page is displayed. For more information, see Go to the Mobile Testing console page.

Procedure

Step 1: In the left-side navigation pane of the Mobile Testing console, choose Testing Products > Performance Testing.

Step 2: Select the test that you want to test from the app drop-down list.

Note

The app to be tested must be uploaded in advance. For more information, see Upload an app. If the app is not uploaded, upload the app in the subsequent operation.

Step 3: Select the created use case in the Use Cases hierarchy tree.

Note

The test directory and use case must be set in advance. For more information, see Manage test cases. If the test directory and use case are not set, set them in a subsequent operation.

Step 4: Click Run Test. The Remote Device Debugging page appears.

Submit iOS Performance Test

Step 5: On the Remote Device Debugging page, perform the following operations:

  • Apply for a device to run performance testing and go to the Remote Device Debugging page of the specified device. For more information, see Apply for a remote device.

  • On the Remote Device Debugging page of the specified device, click the Apps tab to install the app to be tested. For more information, see Install an app.

  • On the Remote Device Debugging page of the specified device, click the Performance Testing tab to test the performance testing of the app. For more information, see Implement performance testing.

What to do next

View a test report