SharynH wrote:Good morning.
Can you tell me what are the limits on scripts running in eValid LoadTest mode?
I mean, what are the constraints, really?
Great question to post SharynH.
LoadTest runs impose load on the server by repeating a test, usually over and over, so that a great deal of work is required by the server to serve all the webpages.
To do this, the LoadTest system uses instances of eValid browser that are operated in minimized mode.
That is, while they are running on the Windows desktop they don't require access to anything actually ON the desktop.
The typical eValid script for this has to make sure it does not use any desktop resources.
This characteristic is called LoadTest Safe, as detailed here: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... .safe.html
Other than this, there are no other limits on what the playback script can do.
Each eValid playback is independent of each others.
Let us know if this answers your question.
-- eValid Support