See What's New in QuerySurge 2013

You can now create event-based email notifications, Access QuerySurge from the Command Line, and define Primary Keys.

New Features in QuerySurge 2013

Email Notifications

Create triggers within QuerySurge that will automatically send an email notification to a specified user or group of users. Notifications are event-based, and can be kicked off when a scheduled Scenario begins, or after a Scenario ends. These email events are tied to logic-based rules that are set as the criteria for the email trigger. This gives the user customized control over the types of information that is being distributed.

Command Line Interface

The API gives users access to QuerySurge functions directly from the command line. This can be used for situations such as automating your test runs from a Continuous Integration (CI) system, or systematically controlling which tests you’d like to run based on the results of previously run tests. This functionality offers new possibilities for integrating with a user’s desired workflow.

Primary Keys

Define primary keys for your queries. QuerySurge works by allowing the user to define a pair of queries, called a QueryPair, that when run, will automatically execute the queries and compare the results. This gives the user the ability to easily see when there are differences in the data returned by the queries, but some assumptions about how the records match up if there are no primary keys available.

Now, a user can explicitly define which columns to use as Key columns, which alleviates any assumptions, and allows QuerySurge to return a more detailed analysis of the data.

Learn about existing features

In addition to these new features, QuerySurge offers 5 modules loaded with robust functionality. Learn about the features already within QuerySurge.

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