How to run Web and Load Tests from the Command-Line

This blog post will show you how you can run web and load tests from the command-line: http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/running-web-and-load-tests-from-the-command-line.aspx

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Running Web and Load tests from the Command-Line

This blog post will show you how to run a web test or load test from the command-line instead of from within Visual Studio.  Most of the time you will want to run you web or load test from within visual studio, but you can run them from a command-line.  Maybe you have a set…

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Modifying Request Properties with a Web Test Plugin

This blog post will show you how you can create a simple web test plugin which can be used to easily modify properties of each request in a web test: http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/setting-request-properties-with-a-web-test-plug-in.aspx

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Setting request properties with a Web Test Plug-in

This blog post will show you how to write a plug-in to set properties on each request.  For example, you might want to reduce all think times by 10% or change the timeout values for a request or turn off dependent parsing.  These are just a few examples but as you can imagine, you would…

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Using scriptable parameter values in a web test

This post will show you how to imbed code into a property value.  There are 2 built in macro’s that you can set as the value for a property.  They are RandomInt and RandomDouble.  These will execute System.Random.Next or  System.Random.NextDouble.  Here is more info on that class: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.random_methods.aspx To use these macros you would do…

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Scriptable Parameter Values in web tests

This post will show you how to imbed code in a parameter value of a web test without having to create a new plugin: http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/using-scriptable-parameter-values-in-a-web-test.aspx

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