Testing PeopleTools Applications
37 "`0a`JavaClient`02`PS`02`PS`10`"+ psft_cert_1 +
In lines 15 and 16 a certificate correlation variable,
, is declared and
assigned a value based on the contents of a previous Jolt response message. The
variable is then properly applied to the contents of a subsequent Jolt request message
in line 37.
Because this feature is necessary for proper playback of PeopleSoft test scripts, do not
change the contents of the certification correlation variables or change the variable's
position within the context of the surrounding message data. Doing so improperly
may cause corrupt messages to be sent to the application-under-test, leading to
unpredictable results. Should correlation variable manipulation be necessary,
however, all automatically scripted variables represent 16 bytes of certificate data, in
hexstring form, delimited by single backquotes ("`"), for a total of 34 text characters
(16 * 2 + 2). For example,
The following commands are included in the SQABasic scripting language to
support the PeopleTools development environment. (For detailed information
about these commands, see the SQABasic Language Reference.)
Performs an action on a PeopleTools grid.
Performs an action on a column header in a PeopleTools
Creates a verification point on a column header in a
Creates a verification point on a PeopleTools grid.
Performs an action on a PeopleTools menu object.
Creates a verification point on a PeopleTools menu