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Performance testing with Single Sign On
It makes sense conducting a performance testing using load runner with a login page on one computer because you can catch the account and password you input to that login page and then in your scripts replace them with a parameter. However, that happens in case you have a login page. For Single Sign On, which means as soon as you connect to the system you will login automatically, it is hard to do it that way. Unfortunatelly, I was allowed using only one PC to test the performance of the product with SSO. Also I've tried searching on internet on related topics but seldom useful information. I need some clues. Thanks!
Re: Performance testing with Single Sign On
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