Sharing Test Results

Check out this blog post for how to share test results:  http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/sharing-results.aspx

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Sharing Results

This blog will just point out the ability to save out results of a set of tests.  For example, you can run a web test or a set of unit tests and then share those results with another person on your team.  Maybe you ran a web test and see a problem that you want…

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How to create a custom counter set

The following blog post will describe how to create custom counter sets: http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/creating-custom-counter-sets.aspx

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Creating custom counter sets

This blog post will describe how to create custom counter sets.  First let me start with what a counter set is.  It is a collection of counters that you can collect during the execution of a load test.  Visual Studio provides a number of counter sets already defined.  They are sets such as IIS or SQL.  In…

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Access Methods in Web Test Data Sources

The following blog post will discuss access methods in data sources and what happens when you run a load test on multiple agents.  http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/description-of-access-methods-in-data-sources.aspx

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Description of Access methods in data sources

This blog post will discuss the access methods of data sources.  Data sources are used when you want to bind a field in your web test to a database, csv file, xml file, etc.  For example you might have a database that contains a list of users for your system.  If you add this database…

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Description of web test execution

This blog post will describe what happens and what does not happen when a web test executes: http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/web-tests-work-at-the-http-layer.aspx

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