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Web Test Walkthroughs

Web Test Walkthroughs

This section contains a series of walkthroughs designed to introduce you to Web tests, and some of the most common Web test functionality. These walkthroughs are designed to be done as a series. The later walkthroughs build upon the work begun in the earlier walkthroughs. The first two must be completed in order. The validation and extraction rule walkthrough and the data binding walkthrough can be completed in any order after the first two. The coded Web test walkthrough should be completed last.

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The final login and logout walkthrough is not part of the series and can be completed independently of the others.

Walkthrough: Creating a Simple Web Application

In this walkthrough, you create a simple Web application, to which you can make arbitrary changes, to use as the basis for the rest of the walkthroughs.

Walkthrough: Recording and Running a Web Test

In this walkthrough, you create a Web test from a browser recording, and verify that it works correctly. You will also view request properties and specify a proxy server.

Walkthrough: Adding Validation and Extraction Rules to a Web Test

In this walkthrough, you will add validation and extraction rules to a Web test and verify that they work correctly.

Walkthrough: Adding Data Binding to a Web Test

In this walkthrough, you add data binding to a Web test and verify that it works correctly. You also create a Microsoft Access database data source to bind to.

Walkthrough: Adding Data Binding to a Web Test (CSV File)

In this walkthrough, you add data binding to a Web test and verify that it works correctly. You also create a simple CSV text file data source to bind to.

Walkthrough: Adding Data Binding to a Web Test (XML File)

In this walkthrough, you add data binding to a Web test and verify that it works correctly. You also create a simple XML text file data source to bind to.

Walkthrough: Creating a Coded Web Test

In this walkthrough you convert a recorded Web test into a coded Web test. After you convert the Web test to a coded Web test, you add new code to the Web test, and verify that it works correctly.

Walkthrough: Creating a Web Test that Requires a Login and Logout

In this walkthrough you create a Web application that requires the user to login and logout, and you create a Web test that tests the application. In this walkthrough you also create new Web tests by extracting requests from existing tests, and by composing existing Web test components.

Understanding Web Tests

Describes Web tests and discusses the benefits of using them.

Working with Web Tests

Describes how to create, edit, run, and view Web tests.

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