Comments (3)

  1. snotman says:

    Hi Sean,

    Thanks for the tip.

    How come the transactions don’t work with a data driven unit test?  

    Where else can I get more information on textContext properties that are useful in load tests?

  2. jamshidmf says:

    Hi,

     If i need to iterate through a datapool at the load test level how do i do it ?

    More explanation:

     I have one webservice to test with multiple data, i found out options to iterate at unit test level but not at load test level. any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Jamshid.

  3. jamshidmf says:

    Hi,

     For the following code, i am not seeing the timers in the test result, is there any specific option i should set to see the transactions ?

      TestContext testContextInstance1;

           public TestContext TestContext

           {

               get { return testContextInstance1; }

               set { testContextInstance1 = value; }

           }

        string Response = string.Empty;

               try

               {

                   //Get the response.

                   TestContext.BeginTimer("ARR");

                   Response = realtimeProxyObject.SubmitRequest(request, out duration);

                   TestContext.EndTimer("ARR");

               }