Some simple steps to get me a simple load test going

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Some simple steps to get me a simple load test going

Postby sKamryn » Fri Mar 15, 2013 3:16 pm

Hey eValid!

I think I like your product, I think, but what are some simple steps to get me a simple load test going?

We chatted about it but I still don't get it. Help!
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Re: Some simple steps to get me a simple load test going

Postby eValid » Fri Mar 15, 2013 3:26 pm

Thanks for your interest in eValid...

Reviewing the chat record, the confusion may be about how eValid is architected.

eValid IS a browser, so the way it sees your application is 100% from a browser's view.

The way you use eValid is as follows:

* Navigate to the website of interest.

* Make a recording using the Record and Stop button. You can watch the script being created as you go through your app, in the Script Window.

* Play it back to make sure it's running as you wish.

* Put it into a LoadTest scenario using the Scenario Editor. Maybe try 5 parallel browsers (5 users) with a 5-times repeat count...a total of 25 playbacks.

* Press play on the LoadTest script...which has _eValid commands in it when you comit it from the LoadTest editor.

* study the LoadTest results screen that show up automatically.

Remember, you are running multiple browsers so the results are 100% real...

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