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    Loadtesting PDF\'s

    All,

    The requirement I received is to:
    1) Log in
    2) Navigate to the PDF's PAGE.
    3) PDF's PAGE is then cached locally.
    4) Go thru and select each PDF and selective pages.

    Measure the response time and concurrency.

    Issue:
    Once the PDF page get caches, the recording does not capture the selection of each of the PDF pages.

    I'm able to record upto step 2.
    From Step three though, I can see the actual page content that are selected.

    I think this is due to the cached documentation.
    Now how do I configure Silk so that it's record WEB and CACHED Selection?

    Please Help

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    Re: Loadtesting PDF\'s

    I think you are using wrong tool for this.client side activites are not supported by Loadtesting tool.Step you have mentioned is client side activity so its not recorded.

    one workaround you can try though i am not sure, is that open the pdf in the browser and see if you can make it.
    are you having different address for different pages if yes than you can record it with SP else no.

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    Re: Loadtesting PDF\'s

    When you d/l a PDF in a browser the ENTIRE file is downloaded before you can start viewing it. Once you start navigaing within that PDF anything you might be measuring would be client side GUI time which is NOT something that a.) should matter, and b.) is measurable by SP.
    The only exception I can think of to this would be if there were links in the PDF that you need to click on/access.
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