cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

SOLVED
rpd
Contributor

SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

During the running of a SoapUI Pro load test, logging is turned OFF by default in the SoapUI log. There is a specific message in the log, in green text, that states that this is occuring.

 

INFO: Disabling logs during loadtests

 

Since I want to sent the results of a couple of iterations of my load test while it is running, how do I enable logging during a load test? Since I am new to this tool, I would appreciate any help anyone can provide. Thank you.

Tags (1)
1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions

Re: SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

There is a transaction log tab in LoadUI NG Pro to enable logging of transactions during load tests.

 

To enable logging, access the Transaction Log tab, turn the log on, and click the "Configure Transaction Log" button in the center of the page. This will enable you to create if/then statements to determine which transactions should be logged.

 

For more information, please view this doccument.

Amber
5 REPLIES 5

Re: SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

There is a transaction log tab in LoadUI NG Pro to enable logging of transactions during load tests.

 

To enable logging, access the Transaction Log tab, turn the log on, and click the "Configure Transaction Log" button in the center of the page. This will enable you to create if/then statements to determine which transactions should be logged.

 

For more information, please view this doccument.

Amber
rpd
Contributor

Re: SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

Thank you for your response. What I am really needing is to not just look at any error messages that may have occurred, but also what values from my Excel spreadsheet data source were used by the threads associated with the load test. It would be nice to know if the data from the datasource is taken in a sequential or random manner, and whether that order is a configurable option for a load test. Oftentimes, there are multiple data items that need be kept in sync with each other, such as username and password values that must be keep together in order for that data combination to work correctly within the load test.

 

Are there test request items or some type of property logging items that could be added to the load test so that the data values coming from the Excel spreadsheet are logged?

 

Is there a tutorial or a detailed example showing how to log data from a Excel datasource on the SOAPUI/Ready ! API support website?

 

Thanks agains for all your help.

Re: SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

In that case, I would suggest using a Shared Data Sink.

 

 

For more information, please see this doccument.

 

 

Amber
rpd
Contributor

Re: SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

I viewed the document page you suggested. However, I wanted to use an Excel spreadsheet to store the values for the data sink. However, when I do that, only the last 2 columns of values that correspond to the last iteration of the load test are stored in the Excel spreadsheet (even though I had the SHARED box checked as described in the documentation that you suggested.

 

I was expecting to have each set of data that was taken from the data source to be stored on a SEPARATE row of the spreadsheet but that did not occur. At the end of this short load test, there was only 1 ROW of data, with just 2 columns of data, that was stored int Excel spreadsheet.

 

Is there some other setting that controls whether LOADUI will store (ie append) each set of data taken from the data source as a new row in the Excel spreadsheet that is specified as the Data Sink? There is a specific APPEND option if the Data Sink type is a FILE but not if Excel is specified as the Data Sink type.

Re: SoapUI Pro 5.1.2 or Ready API 1.5.0

Please be sure that you've specified a worksheet value in the DataSink itself. Please note that this field is case sensitive and that the name of the specified worksheet must match Excel exactly.

 

 

Without specifying a worksheet, the values will be overwritten.

Amber
New Here?
Join us and watch the welcome video:
Watch the new Interview
Top Kudoed Authors