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Anyone... Performance Testing??
User jongseo (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Has anyone used TestManager to do a Performance Testing??
I'm a new to this QA area and I'm currently responsible for getting a grap
on using TestStudio.
Obviously, there are no one who could help me on this subject in my
I've tried testing on a web site, with some VU scripts and then got some
The problem is, now I'm lost with them... I've read RUP texts and Test
manager's help, but, so what? To me, these reports seems like just some
diagrams with no meaning. To evaluate these results and to make some
decision afterall, How should I interprete them?
Reports that the TestManager Generated for me were Performance Report,
Response VS Time Report, Command Status Report, Command Usage Report.
Any help would be very much appereciated...
Re: Anyone... Performance Testing??
User Winton Huang (email@example.com) posted:
Don't be confused. It's only a graphical representation of the result.
The most important output is performance report.
In the performance report:
1. Y axis is time
2. X axis is percentage of users inside your system
So performance report is simply time vs number of users
One line simbolizes one command (request or response)
To make it easier to read, just right click on the graph and make a filter
on what you want to display.
The difficult part is: to read the graph actually you need to know the basic
of statistic. So please take a look at your statistic lesson while you were
That's my simple answer.
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