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Error Max count

alibaba82
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Error Max count

Hello,
As discussed before when running load test which causes a high number of assertions, it usually causes soapUI to run out of memory.

Would it be possible to add a feature such as 'max assertions' which would ignore all assertions after some limit has been reached. Do you think this kind of feature would prevent the heap error I typically see when doing a load run.
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omatzura
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Re: Error Max count

Hi Ali,

yes.. that could be a possibility. Another would be to add a "Discard requests" option to all LoadTest Assertions, since this is what is filling up memory. Would that be an option for you (it wouldn't allow you to view individual message-exchanges for a failed assertion any more..)?

regards!

/Ole
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alibaba82
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Re: Error Max count

I would like to view a few of the error messages. Its just that viewing a thousand of the same error message does not add any significant information for debugging. so maybe a max count for each assertion would be helpful.
omatzura
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Re: Error Max count

Hi,

ok.. how about implementing this setting ("max assertions") to keep the last X assertions.. ie if set to 100, the last 100 will be kept and the "older" ones discarded?

regards,

/Ole
eviware.com
alibaba82
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Re: Error Max count

that sound fine Ole.
alibaba82
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Re: Error Max count

Hello Ole,
Some suggestions about max count.
I was hoping to configure max assertions per request in the test case. The reason is in a testcase, there are some request who assertions I am not that interested in. However assertions in some request I really need to know what happened. If you can make 'max assertions' more granular that would be great.

Thanks

Ali
omatzura
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Re: Error Max count

Hi Ali,

definitely, this was just an initial fix to at least have some kind of "safety-net" during long-running tests..

regards!

/Ole
eviware.com
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