Presentation 3 - Load-Stress Test Scenario

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Load Test Scenario Presentation Outline Introduction to Load Test Load Test capability of eValid Steps to create the Load Test Scripts
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Introduction Load testing tools can be used to test the system behavior and performance under stressful conditions by emulating thousands of virtual users. eValid can run a Load Test scenario made up of repeated playbacks of multiple script files at varying delay multiplier values. By running multiple copies of the eValid browser simultaneously, eValid can impose heavy work loads on a Web Server.
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Load Test capability of eValid   Two scripts, *.evs which is the reference script used by master script for load test which will be *.evl The master script (see example below) runs each specified script in a separate eValid sub-browser Each script runs without cache (make such setting through cache manager) to assure that each page is actually downloaded, not just read from local storage
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Load Test capability of eValid The load test scenario expressed in the master script can be made up of a
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Unformatted text preview: set of pre-recorded script files and with: Any delay multiplier value, e.g. 0.9 or 1.25 or?? Any repetition count value, e.g. 1 or 5 or 100 or?? Each eValid sub-browser runs the script the specified number of times at the specified delay multiplier, and then closes itself. Timing data on each complete playback is written to single consolidated timing log file, the default name of which is LoadTest.log. Steps to create the Load Test Scripts 1. Create a test script, *.evs file, to include one URL for the session loads. 2. Next, select File > New Load Test to begin constructing a separate master LoadTest script. 3. Use the LoadTest Script Generator to create a LoadTest Script. 4. Select Settings > Record/Play Preferences and click Display HTML Load Test Monitor . Make sure that only this option is clicked. This enables the Real-Time monitoring function. 5. Select Playback > Start Playback to begin the LoadTest....
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