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How to: Create a Web Test Request Plug-In

Visual Studio 2005

Requests are the declarative statements that constitute Web tests. Request plug-ins provide a way for you to isolate code outside the main individual requests in your Web test. A customized request plug-in offers you a way to call code as each request is run in a Web test. You can create a customized request plug-in by deriving your own class from the WebTestRequestPlugin base class.

A customized request plug-in can be used with any test you have recorded. After you have recorded a Web test, you can examine and edit requests in the Web Test Editor. For more information, see How to: Edit an Existing Web Test.

Additionally, you can also use customized request plug-ins with coded Web tests. For more information, see How to: Create a Coded Web Test.

To create a customized request plug-in

  1. Open a Test Project that contains a Web test.

    For more information about how to create a test project, see How to: Create a Test Project.

  2. In the same solution, create a separate Class library project in which to store your request plug-in.

  3. Select the new Class library project and then right-click Add Reference.

  4. On the .NET tab, select Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.WebTestFramework. Click OK.

  5. In your Test Project, right-click and select Add Reference. On the Project tab, select the new class library. Click OK.

  6. Write your code in the new class that derives from WebTestRequestPlugin. You must write the additional code inside either the PreRequest or PostRequest event handlers.

  7. After you have written the code, build the new project.

  8. Open the Web test to which you want to add the request plug-in.

  9. To add a custom request, click Set Request Plug-in on the toolbar. This displays your request plug-in in the Set Request Plug-in dialog box. Select the class and then click OK.

    Note   You can also change the request plug-in in the properties window. Select the Web test node and press F4. In the properties window, you see the Plug-in category and the plug-ins you have added to the Web test.

Example

The following code creates a customized request plug-in that accesses information found within the WebTestContext and the WebTestResponse.

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.WebTesting;

namespace RequestPluginNamespace
{
    public class MyWebRequestPlugin : WebTestRequestPlugin
    {
        public override void PostRequest(object sender, PostRequestEventArgs e)
        {
            MessageBox.Show(e.WebTest.Context.AgentName);
        }
        public override void PreRequest(object sender, PreRequestEventArgs e)
        {
            MessageBox.Show(e.Request.Url);
        }
    }
}

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