Does VSTS2008 support classic asp pages? RRS feed

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  • Hi

    I am using VSTS2008 for performance testing of classic asp application(GUI - asp1.1 and logic is in VB6).

    not able to get response data while replaying application using VSTS 2008

    If VSTS 2008 does not support the asp pages, does VSTS 2010 supports? Please help

    Monday, September 13, 2010 5:46 AM


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  • Hello,

    Web test consists of http requests recorded during web test recording and work by issuing them. It should be able to work seemly with the applicaiton.

    Are there any error information during replaying the web test?

    Here is an article offers information about Web Test Authoring and Debugging Techniques you can have a look: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/edglas/archive/2007/12/02/web-test-authoring-and-debugging-techniques-for-vs-2008.aspx

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    Tuesday, September 14, 2010 4:58 AM
  • Hi Edwer,


    Thanks for your reply.

    No, i am not getting any error.

    I am able to record capture the http requests in VSTS 2008.

    But the problem here is i am not able to see the data's in the web browser and in the response text.

    I am able to see only the frames in the web browser& response text not the datas

    But the  same application have been migrated to different environment(GUI ASP.net and logic is VB.NET).

    I am able to record and replay the application and i am getting the data in the response text.

    So, i just want to know whether some settings needs to be done on VSTS 2008 / VSTS 2010 tool will support the classic asp.

    Please help





    Thursday, September 16, 2010 12:46 PM
  • Hi Saranya,

    Web performance test works at http layer and is not meant for UI testing. It doesn't execute client side scripts e.g. javascript. Please check here for more details: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/slumley/archive/2007/12/30/web-tests-work-at-the-http-layer.aspx

    So you won't be able to see expected UI always in web browser in VS.

    Thanks, Rubel


    Thursday, September 16, 2010 12:59 PM