What are some good automated tools for load testing (stress testing) web applications, that do not use record and replay of HTTP network packets?I am aware that there are numerous load testing tools on the market that record and replay HTTP network packets. But these are unsuitable for my purpose, because of this:he HTTP packet format changes very often in our application (e.g. whenwe optimize an AJAX call). We do not want to adapt all test scripts just becausethere is a slight change in HTTP packet format
I am trying to load test a web application, but I am having a hard time finding good tools that are affordable. I cam across Web Performance Load Testing Tool which is pretty cool, but limits you to 10 users and after that it costs thousands. any good techniques for load testing a web application?
am working as a web developer in a company. I am not aware of anything related to testing. Our company is planning to buy some testing softwares. Presently we are working on ASP.NET. We will be working on PHP and JAVA in future. I need your help to find out the best but cost effective testing sofwares.on TFS and Visual Studio Testing tool.
I looked at Google's, but my boss shot it down because it involves adding a script to every page you want to track. I keep searching the web, but the stuff I am finding seems to be crap or not work all together. This is mainly for internal sites, not external. Seems liek a lot of the stuff I am finding want to give me remote statistics to a publically available site.
is it possible to automatically populate a file upload control's file for automated testing and server stress. I have one upload control (that simply brings up the browse and selects the file) and a button that uploads the selected fileupload control's file. Is it possible to give the file upload control a file pather "C:myImage.jpg" and submit the file by pressing the upload butto:
I know red-gate's ANTS Performance Profiler but it works with source code. I have an ASP.NET web application that is deployed on a remote server. I'm going to test its performance while it is working on the server.
My main goal is to detect what method of what class is slow and then is a bottleneck. Is there a way or a tool?
I've been investigating a few of them.What I have found so far that seems usable.
Windmill Selenium Watin
Windmill looks like it has the basics (still not sure if I can write C# unit tests with it)Watin seems awesome with Unit tests..of the 3, it looks like Selenium is trying to be the most fully featured af the 3 (most recent version is today!)
I am lookinf for a Unit testing Tool for asp.net web application. i intended to use visual studio 2008 web test. Please tell me where can i get nice tutorials to start up on this tool. and also suggest me is any other web testing tools out there.
we are working in a small team. We often had problems like developer1 did some changes in stored procedure or funtion and it affected work of developer2. Such issues are traced out by chance later. Please guide me how such issues can be stopped. Is there a free tool that we can run to test such issues.
I am using multiple logins at a time to my application ,but it seems it stops working after some time.I am using MS Access as a backend and use oledb connection for database connection.also closing it every time wht will be the solution for that
I need a book to recommend strategies for load-testing an ASP.NET application with SQL Server backend.Some info that may be useful:how to write a load test planwhat perfmon counters to use andtypical threshold valuesfinding bottleneck various load testing tools
I want to load test an ASP.NET web service. I have Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition and Visual Studio 2010. Can either one of these products facilitate load testing? I can't seem to find anything and all Google returns is higher end editions of Visual Studio.If not, what are some of the alternatives.
I'm using Licensed componentone product in my ASP.NET application and spcefically i use C1WebReport1 control from the product.while upgrading C1WebReport1 control from version 2.5.20072.239 to 2.6.20093.53207,i get the error message as "Could not load file or assembly 'C1.Web.C1WebReport.2, Version=2.6.20093.53207, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=594a0605db190bb9' or one of its dependencies. The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040)"
Recently for a class to implement unit test for one of its private methods I used PrivateObject by creating private accessor instead of refelection, to which i received a code review comment as below
Comments above confused me beacuse as per my understanding reflection also needs the object to invoke any method.
I'm currently building a .net web application that uses WCF web services to allow a Flex front end to access the database.
I'm in the process of setting up some unit/integration style testing on the web services and am trying to work out the best way to allow the tests to access and modify data in a separate test database.
Currently, the connection string in my unit test project points to my testing database, and the connection string in my web services project points to my development database. However, as I am using Linq it appears that when I call the web service methods from my test class, it uses the development database connection string. I have looked into creating mock objects or in-memory database but I believe the same issue would occur.
Is there a way to get this to work, or is my entire idea about what I want incorrect, in which case is there a better way to set this up?
User registers for the siteAn email is sent to the user confirming their registration am using : Asp.net 3.5(C#)itefinity as a CMSMS SQL 2008 server r2My question is what is the best way to automatically send the email?Should it be done in ASP.net or as a database trigger using something like xp_sendmail
Here's an interesting problem. I have an ETL script written in c# that I have been running manually on a somewhat regular basis. It is used to update my web app's database.
I want to automate the ETL process AND create an interface for the web app admins to manually start the ETL process.
I could have sql server kick off the ETL process on a schedule and implement a button or something on a web page that will do the same thing, but I don't want to put my code in 2 different places because I don't want to update it in 2 places when it changes. But I don't know how to make my web app tell SQL server to manually start a scheduled process. Can this be done? OR
I could somehow implement the scheduling in the web app itself, but by now most people are familiar with the problems that are faced when trying that (app may not be running at certain times, must wait on request to start a process (without some trickery)). Also, since the ETL process takes a while, I don't want to make some poor end user wait on a response, so it would definitely have to use a new thread.
I have a bunch of C# functions with string, int and bool arguments that serve as data entry interfaces. I'd like to be able to create a webform for each method; a textbox for each string/int and a checkbox for each bool.