jeudi 12 juillet 2012 16:12
We are already on Load Runner:
Can you please justify Why should i go for Ultimate Performance Testing 2010 instead of LR.
Thanks in advance!!
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vendredi 13 juillet 2012 09:56Modérateur
Thank you for posting in the MSDN forum.
Not the expert about the LR, maybe you could share us some document about it.
But if you want to test the app, I feel that VS is a good choice.
You could create kinds of tests.
- The unit test: It is used to test the class methods.
- The web tests: Web tests are used to test the functionality of Web applications and to test Web applications under load. Web tests are used both in performance tests and stress tests.
- The load tests: When you add Web tests to a load test, you simulate multiple users opening simultaneous connections to a server and making multiple HTTP requests. When you add unit tests to a load test, you exercise the performance of non-Web based server components.
- The coded UI tests: New feature in VS 2010, these tests provide functional testing of the user interface and validation of user interface controls.
For detailed information about how to create the unit test/web tests/load tests with VS, see:
For coded UI tests, refer:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd286726.aspx. Hope it could help.
Have a nice weekend,
Jack Zhai [MSFT]
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vendredi 13 juillet 2012 12:03
What I would be interested in seeing results on (if someone has already done this) is running a script from each tool doing the same thing (as much as possible) and verifying that the results are the same. Things of particular interest would be that the page times comparison and the specified transaction pacing is at least roughly the same.
If this hasn't been done/posted somewhere it is on my list of things to do by years end so I will try to post something on it. We are looking to switch from LR to VS but need to make sure that the simulation and results appear accurate.