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Working with Web Tests

In This Section

Understanding Web Tests

Describes Web tests and discusses the benefits of using them. Includes information about validation and extraction rules, data binding, and JavaScript and ActiveX controls in Web tests.

Creating a Web Test

Describes how to create recorded and coded Web tests. Includes information about think times and page response time goals.

Editing a Web Test

Describes how to edit a Web test. Includes information about how to add rules and transactions, setting credentials, and parameterizing Web server names.

Data Binding in Web Tests

Describes adding data binding to Web tests. Includes information about different types of data sources, such as text file data sources.

Running and Viewing a Web Test

Describes how to run a Web test and view the results. Includes information about the run settings, and how to run Web tests from the command line.

Advanced Web Test Tasks

Describes advanced Web test functionality, including custom validation and extraction rules, Web test/request plug-ins, and Web service tests.

Web Test Walkthroughs

This section contains a series of walkthroughs that are designed to introduce you to Web tests, and some of the most common Web test functionality.

Troubleshooting Web Tests

This section describes some common issues that can occur when you work with Web tests, and how to troubleshoot them.


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