Running tests, viewing and analyzing test results in HCL OneTest Server

You can use the task flow diagram to get started with HCL OneTest™ Server. After you install the software, you can complete the tasks in sequence to run test assets in HCL OneTest Server and view and analyze the test results.

You can click the links to get more information about the tasks. The diagram also provides the tasks to be performed by personas. HCL OneTest Server supports user roles. For more information about the user roles, see Managing access to projects.

Diagram of the task flow about working with the server. Administering security Creating a project Adding details Adding repositories Protecting API test assets by using secrets Managing an encrypted dataset Adding users to a project Adding agents to projects to run tests on remote machines Running tests Monitoring system resources Viewing test results and reports Viewing an overview of the projects test assets, runs, and results

Accessing HCL OneTest Server from desktop clients to retrieve secrets, publish reports, or enable resource monitoring agents

You can use the task flow diagram that help you to access the server from the different desktop clients. You can perform these tasks after you install and set up the server.
Diagram of the task flow to access the server from desktop clients. Accessing HCL OneTest Server from the desktop clients Accessing HCL OneTest Server from the desktop clients Publishing results from HCL OneTest UI Publishing results from HCL OneTest Performance Publishing results from HCL OneTest API Retrieving secrets Enabling resource monitoring service Configuring HCL OneTest Performance Agent

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