Adding multiple test and request plugins to a web test

This post walks you through the process of adding multiple plugins to webtests.  First I’ll walk you through adding multiple plugins to a coded test and then one approach for doing this with declarative web tests.  Coded web tests already fully support multiple plugins so it is easy to have a coded test execute multiple…

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Adding multiple plugins to a web test

The following post walks you through the process of adding multiple request and test plugins to a web test: http://blogs.msdn.com/slumley/pages/adding-multiple-test-and-request-plugins-to-a-web-test.aspx

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Adding multiple plugins to web tests

This post walks you through the process of adding multiple plugins to webtests.  First I’ll walk you through adding multiple plugins to a coded test and then one approach for doing this with declarative web tests.  Coded web tests already fully support multiple plugins so it is easy to have a coded test execute multiple…

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Improve load test performance on multi-processor machines

This post is about improving the performance of a load test when running the test on a multi-processor machine.  If you are running on a multi-processor machine it is much better to have the process which is generating load use server GC as opposed to workstation GC.  By default, processes will use workstation GC.  For…

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ASP.Net Load Test Maintenance App

This post will show you how to use a simple ASP.net app I created which will allow you to delete old load test runs, add analysis comments and easily link to summary reports.  The application is available for download on gotdotnet.com.: GotDotNet Download   The application is just a few ASP.net pages.  The only configuration…

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Adding Analysis Comments to a Load Test

This post will show you how to add analysis comments to a load test run.  This is useful if you want to store information about a run with the results of a run.  Possibly you are doing the preliminary analysis and then will send the information to another person to a more in-depth analysis.  The…

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Passing Load Test Context Parameters to Unit Tests

This post will show you how to pass load test context parameters to a unit test.  This may be useful if you have some variables that you want to be able to change for each running of a load test.  My simple example will show you how to create a load test plug-in which will…

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Load Test Reports

         I have been working on creating a set of reports which will report on the data in the Load Test Results store which is part of Visual Studio 2005 Team Test Edition.   These reports have been developed using SQL Server Reporting Services.  One of the benefits of using this package is that it allows the reports to be…

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Custom Data Binding in Web Tests

We have had a few questions about being able to data bind web tests to either formats that we do not support or to something other than a table, such as a select statement.  This post should walk you through one way of creating custom data binding.  The method provided in this post is to…

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Load Testing Web Services with Unit Tests

This post is going to focus on load testing web services.  The web services will be called from unit tests which will then be added to a load test.  The example will also show how to use timers in a unit test which will then show up in the load test monitor.  I will use…

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