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XML automation support in Load Tester PRO 5 In Load Tester 4.2 we added a new fields view with vastly expanded options to configure each field.  In Load Tester 4.3 we added support for JSON as well as ad-hoc custom regular expression and name-value delimited parsers.  In Load Tester 5, we are adding support for XML automation.  Hierarchical XML data structures that appear in form fields or as HTTP POST content will appear in the fields view, and Load Tester’s application state management (ASM) tool will automatically assign any XML value or attribute for which it can identify an appropriate data source. Each XML field will be named after … Continue reading »
Measuring SugarCRM Performance This tutorial demonstrates the steps for a typical load testing project using the SugarCRM application as an example. The majority of this article is applicable to load testing any web-based application. … Continue reading »
Load Testing an AJAX Application Most of us are relieved that web applications are starting to behave more like desktop applications - they're becoming smarter and easier to use. But you may be surprised that they can also be more difficult to load test. … Continue reading »
Load Testing 101: ASP .Net Applications A detailed look at the process of load testing ASP .NET Applications. Most of this article is applicable to a wide range of web-based applications. … Continue reading »
Best Practices Through our Load Tester product development and load testing service experiences, we have found some easy tips and general strategies that can help make your load testing efforts more successful. … Continue reading »
Unique User Logins This tutorial demonstrates configuration of a typical testcase to use a unique identity (username/password) for each virtual user (a.k.a. VU or simulated user) in prepration for load testing. … Continue reading »
Customizing User Input This tutorial demonstrates the configuration of a typical testcase to enter unique values into a form for each virtual user (a.k.a. VU or simulated user) in prepration for load testing. … Continue reading »
Creating a Dataset This tutorial demonstrates how to create a dataset. A dataset is used to configure fields to use dynamic values during a load test. This will typically correspond to data that the simulated user should enter into form fields on a page. … Continue reading »
Overriding ASM This tutorial demonstrates two techniques for overriding the default Application State Management dynamic field configuration settings. … Continue reading »
Handling AJAX callbacks This tutorial demonstrates one approach to handling AJAX callbacks in an AJAX-enabled web application using a custom detection rule. … Continue reading »
Load Testing from the Cloud Learn how to generate load from outside your network using our Amazon EC2 load engine integration. … Continue reading »

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