I'm used to developing private applications for very small amount of concurrent users (usually no more than 10) on very good servers, so I have never been pressed about stress testing my applications. That being said, this is something I want to have a better grasp on my applications.
FYI, all of my websites are based on ASP.NET 3.5 (WebForms), NHibernate (specially interested in testing it with numerous concurrent sessions) as the ORM of choice and require Active Directory authentication.
We have an application that may or may not have problems during heavy load. To try to get more correct usage patterns regarding load, we'd like to just fire up a bunch of users logging in, and then repeatedly just navigating through a list of links (our menu basically.)Is there any open source or free tools we can use? We're not adverse to pay for anything if we need to but right now we are trying a bunch of different things and we'd like to hold off on this until we know a bit more.Of course, some simply Python scripts would do the trick, but if there's anything we could input our links to that saves us a bit of time in this it would be most welcome.
I'm still trying to understand and use Use Cases and Test Driven Development, but having a hard time crossing the line. I'm hoping someone can provide a good example of how setting a datasource and/or databinding a gridview could be accomplished using Test Driven Development.reate an aspx page and add the gridview control to it.create a method in the code behind called BindGrid(datacollection,gridview) that passes the collection and gridview to a method in a class outside my website so I can actually write the Unit test for the method, and returns a databound gridview.On the BindGrid method, I right click and select "Create Unit Test" which creates a new test project for me with an outline test for my BindGrid() method.Now I guess there are a number of test I could write, for example:testTrueDataCollectionBindstoGridView() to see if the collection datatype actually binds? I'm not sure the other test to write?This is how I currently understand I would go about TDD and Unit testing my example. It feels very clumsy and I'm hoping for some feedback as to what I'm doing wrong, and ideas for improvement.How would you go about writing a test for a collection binding to a control? For example say I wanted to bind a dictionary to a drop down list. What test should I be writing, and how would I go about writing them?
First, I am new to VWD 2010 and attempting to create a data driven website.
I am attempting to return a value from an sql server stored procedure and store that value in a variable. I have searched here and online and tried to follow the examples that I found. However, I have not been successful in making it work.
Here is my stored procedure:
Here is my VB code behind where I am attempting to get the return value:
I know that I have a good connection because I am using the same connection string from my WebConfig file and it is working in other instances.
Below is the error message that is being displayed.
'The formal parameter "@monRegAmt" was not declared as an OUTPUT parameter, but the actual parameter passed in requested output."
I have a website using .Net framework 2 on a dedicated server who's display periodically corrupts - typically after heavy traffic numbers to the server. I can correct the problem simply by uploading a batch of user-controls to the server, or recycling the memory pool.
Has anyone else seen this type of effect before, where the display of data-driven elements of a website corrupt?
So, I am in the situation whereby every Action Method requires a check to see if the request was through AJAX or not, which is straightforward. If the request was through AJAX then I can return a partialview, if not then a full view can be returned.
With this pattern though, I'll need to create a View and a PartialView for every page on the site. The only real difference between them is going to the inclusion of the masterpage.
Am I missing a trick here is is this doubling up of views the only way to go?
I had a page that could get accessed through /site/test. Somewhere in my JS I would add a hash to the url like so #/site/test. JS would then watch for any hash changes and load the partial views as needed. If JS was not available though, an entire view would need to be returned.
So for each page I would need the view, which would then include a call to RenderPartial which would load up the partial view which would actually contain the page content. So, for every page there are two files. It just seems there should be a cleaner way of doing this.
To learn ASP.NET MVC, I am thinking of creating a community forum like SO where people can rate posts, users etc. and the user can thereby gain points. I just can't figure out if the points should be added to the user profile whenever an action is done (post rated up/down, user created new post etc.) or if it should be calculated from the different activities the user has done.
I have a few pro's and con's for both ways of doing it:
I have been asked to take over and modify an existing dynamic web site made with vb and asp 3.5 on a shared hosting enviroment. The original programmer left and I have no access to the original documentation of the site, if any. Nevertheless, I have complete access to the web server and database server.
How can I import the existing wen site into Visual Studio and recreate the development enviroment.
I'm new to asp.net, but U have prior experience with VB and asp web development.
I create paypal payment Getway when on local machine i check transaction using paypal sandbox In this way I get all data from paypal site when Return url send me back to my site at Paysuccess page after tansaction over
But when I try same page Online It working well, but Data not save in my database.
A friend suggested instead of having a backend class which verifies the user permission in every public function (results are cached and non static) i should have a more 'streamlined' site. When i dropped the backend i also drop the database code and merged them in the appropriate user permission (base user, logged_in_user, moderator).
The site code looks better now that merging them has decreased LOC (tons of LOC in fact) and i write Method() instead of backend.Method() which increases readability. However now that i have no backend how am i suppose to unit test my code? and what about things like user file upload with different extensions? (txt vs jpg vs FLAC)
I am working on a setup package that installs a web site on IIS7 and IIS6. I've already made it for IIS7, now I need to make it for IIS6. But I am working under windows 7 so I can't install IIS6 on it. Any way, I have to test my setup project. What are the ways to do it (preferrably free and legal ;) ) ? I can think of a remote connection to a machine that already has IIS6 and using a virtual machine, for example virtualbox.org . But even though virtualbox.org is free, WinXP with IIS6 isn't ;) .
I want to test asp.net application for stress, load and performance. Please guide me what free tools should be used for this ? Is there any tool which particularly can be used to analyse individual components, functions and scripts and resources they use ?
I'm trying to publish my asp.net application to a server but I need to be able to debug the application on the server in order to test session variables and other things. Originally, I copied and pasted the application and it works fine on the server except for some error reports. Furthermore, I was not able to run through visual studio because it was giving me an error for every ajax control I had. Then I went through publishing the website and it stripped all of my C# code such that I can't debug the files. I need to be able to take care of the errors created by the ajax controls AND debug the application in visual studio at the same time.
I'm having one problem in mobile website using jquery.
The application pool randomly shuts down. I am assuming this is due to Rapid Fail Protection and errors are occuring that are triggering it. However... there are no errors being reported in the event logs. So my next inclination is to think of the possibilities of a memory leak. How do you test for memory leaks on a website running locally?