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Open Source - Java Code Coverage and/or Load Test?
User Delmonte, Tom (email@example.com) posted:
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Are any of you familiar with a Java Code coverage or Load Testing tool, that
you could recommend?
We are especially interested in load testing a server that is running a Java
Application server (Websphere and another one the Oracle Application
Because of serious cuts in our budget all tool purchases have been put on
hold until 2003, but we obviously cannot wait to deploy until then, and we
have on average 150-200 concurrent internal users that will be using the
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Re: Open Source - Java Code Coverage and/or Load Test?
User Scott W. Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
If you need a free web load testing tool take a look at OpenSTA. http://www.opensta.org/ I've been using it for a few months and it
works pretty well. Won't work if you have to test the application
server directly, but if you just need to test the web application front
end it will really help.