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    Migration and Reflection Testing

    Hi,

    I need some help on how to go for Migration and Reflection Testing. Anybody have any dump or information, kindly share the same.

    Thanks in Advance!!!

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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

    What kind of migration?
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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

    I think it is the migration of an unladen swallow?
    If this or any response has helped you, please reply to the thread stating that it worked so other people with a similar issue will know how you fixed your issue!

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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

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    I think it is the migration of an unladen swallow?

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Upon Reflection, I think you are incorrect.
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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

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    I think it is the migration of an unladen swallow?

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    An African or European swallow?
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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

    I was checking my reflection a few months back. Didn't like the results. Now, twenty pounds lighter I'm much happier with the results of reflection testing.

    Still working on the project.

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    P.S. I don't know what "Reflection Testing" is and, like Michael indicates, there needs to be some more context to answer the question on Migration Testing.
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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

    Well there is a Reflection application but I don't know if this is what Akshay was talking about in this post. It's a security application for internet file transfers like FTP on steriods. I found this on the web.


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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

    Hi guys,

    The scenario is like this: We are migrating our web server as well as DB servers and all other services to new infrastructure.
    After completion of this migration I need to test my application on this new infrastructure to confirm the performance, load,security and functionality.

    Anybody have real knowledge, please reply.

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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

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    The scenario is like this: We are migrating our web server as well as DB servers and all other services to new infrastructure.
    After completion of this migration I need to test my application on this new infrastructure to confirm the performance, load,security and functionality.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    That's what you meant by Migration and Reflection? I have to say that I've never heard the term "Reflection" used in this way.

    So, have you ever performed performance, load, security and functionality testing? Are you familiar with testing at all? It's a pretty broad subject. Lots of books out there, but pretty hard to summarize in a single post.

    Aside from the new infrastructure, is the application staying the same? If so, you at least have the possibility of parallel tests as part of your approach. I assume when you say "after completion of this migration", you mean that you'll be able to test before the cutover to the new infrastructure?

    One note: trying to tell people what this forum is designed for, and telling people the kind of replies they are allowed to post isn't likely to encourage folks to help. Asking nicely (such as writing "Please") would probably get you better results.

    And questions on these forums tend to get better responses when they are well-written, more-focused questions with a bit of background, rather than general "how do I do all of my testing" questions. Browse around a bit and see the kinds of questions that get helpful responses, and those that don't. Consider breaking your question up into smaller, more targeted questions.

    Good luck.
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    Re: Migration and Reflection Testing

    Hi Joe,

    Thanks for reply.

    I agree that my question was bit ambiguous.

    Thanks for writing.

 

 
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