This topic introduces the Browser Stub tool, which is used to simulate a server response or request. This can be useful for a variety of reasons. Stubbing a response can be used to simplify testing by stabilizing dynamic data, or it can be used to simulate unexpected server conditions. Stubbing a request can help isolate sever versus client side code errors.
Configuring Browser Stub
The Browser Stub tool is automatically added when you create a stub for a web scenario step as described in Stubbing Test Requests and Responses. It can also be added as a tool output as described in Adding Test Outputs.
Configuration details are provided in Configuring the Browser Stub Tool.
The following tutorial lesson demonstrates how to use this tool: