Orcas Feature: Test-level Validation Rules

In VSTS 2005, users can only add request-level validation rules from Web Test Editor; while in Orcas, Web Tests have a new collection of test-level validation rules. These rules will fire on every request in the test and are a shortcut for adding the same rule to every request. By default, rules will only apply…

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Orcas Beta Feature: Recorded Response URL Property and Validate Response URL Rule

Recorded Response URL is a new Web Test Request property that captures the final URL for a request after following all redirects. The Web test recorder automatically populates this field with the appropriate value. Query string parameters are ignored in the URL. If you modify the URL of a request or set Follow Redirects to false,…

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Web/Load Test Automation

You can use MsTest.exe to execute Unit, Web, and Load tests from a command line. For more information, please read http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms182486.aspx. Sean Lumley also blogged the details on how to run Web, coded Web, and load tests through mstest.exe. This post will show you by creating a wrapper of the mstest process, you can automate Web/Load tests in code. Step…

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Load Test Plug-in – Simulate Multiple and Repeated User Load Patterns (Step 2-2)

With the Load Test Editor, you can configure one load test profile for a given scenario. However, in the real-world testing, you may want to observe the performance of your applications / system under tests under different load patterns. And this can be achieved by writing your custom load profiles management classes and a load…

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Orcas Beta Feature: Recorded Response URL and Validate Response URL Rule

Recorded Response URL is a new Web Test Request property that captures the final URL for a request after following all redirects. The Web test recorder automatically populates this field with the appropriate value. Query string parameters are ignored in the URL. If you modify the URL of a request or set Follow Redirects to false,…

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Orcas Feature: Expected HTTP Status Code

Expected HTTP Status Code is a new Web test request property that specifies the numeric HTTP status code that indicates success for the request. The value can be set on top level requests and explicitly added dependent requests. The primary purpose of the property is to ignore certain failures on dependent requests. By default, the…

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Orcas Feature: Test-Level Validation Rule

In VSTS 2005, users can only add request-level validation rules from Web Test Editor; while in Orcas, Web Tests have a new collection of test-level validation rules. These rules will fire on every request in the test and are a shortcut for adding the same rule to every request. By default, rules will only apply…

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VSTS 2010 Feature: File Upload record/playback just works

In VSTS2008 and VSTS2005, after a user records a simple file upload request, the user needs to manually add it to the Deployment section in the test configuration file in order to playback the Web Test successfully. In addition, the user will notice that there is only one copy of the uploaded file on the…

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