08-25-2010 04:46 AM
Load Testing in TestComplete - response codes
We have just started to implement Load testing using testComplete 8 (we are new to TestComplete in general and did not perform load testing using TestComplete 7) and each time we run recorded task next day we get warnings even with one virtual user. I have read about Auto-Updated parameters so it seems that warnings are related to changed values in responses and although some auto-updated parameters (such as Viewstate or Eventvalidation) are already added by default it seems additional parameters have to be added in our case. Could you, pleaser, tell what is they best way to identify additional parameters which have to be added to that list? Also, in Test Complete 8 one can specify which response codes (such as 200, 302 etc.) are considered acceptable. Could you, please, tell how to obtain those status codes so that they could be added to the Custom Log Criteria list of the Task Editor? Would that affect interpretation of the results displayed in the log? Thank you very much, Yelena
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08-27-2010 12:53 AM
I recommend that you see the "Load Testing Troubleshooter" (http://www.automatedqa.com/support/viewarticle.aspx?aid=17305) help topic - this can help you find the cause of the problem.
how to obtain those status codes so that they could be added to the Custom Log Criteria list of the Task Editor?
You can see the recorded response code on the Response tab of Task Editor. This is the response code which is considered to be correct by default. As for actual response codes provided by your web server, you can find them in the load testing test log. The Headers panel which contains both request and response headers (a response header includes the response code) is located to the left from the Requests panel by default.
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