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Thursday, October 11, 2012
Was looking into the user guide but did not find anything about how to create performance tests in Rapise.
Do you generally suggest for loops in the code or are there any other way to loop the tests? Do you have any code example to show?
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Adam SAdam S
re: Jenny Davidsson on Thursday, October 11, 2012
Thursday, October 11, 2012

Rapise is primarily meant for functional testing. It can do some limited performance testing using the "Iterations" setting in the test properties, but that will only run the same test in series rather than in parallel.

Performance testing is really a different aspect of testing and generally when performance testing a website you don't want to launch X copies of the browser, but instead you want to record the underlying HTTP traffic and send that directly to the web server so that you can test the web application more effectively.

We're planning on releasing a performance testing add-on for Rapise next year, until then you could use loops or have multiple machines running RapiseLauncher to do some basic performance testing.

Regards

Adam

Adam SAdam S
re: Adam S on Thursday, October 11, 2012
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Further to this, we are adding an extension for Rapise that will let it connect to Neotys NeoLoad that will let it convert a Rapise functional script to a NeoLoad performance test. It will also let Rapise report UI performance metrics back to NeoLoad.

Regards

Adam
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