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.net with LoadRunner/QTP?
A part of our application uses asp.net and c#.
Inorder to test this application for performance, we use LoadRunner. We also have QTP for functional testing.
I am trying to create VUGen scripts for the application but have to deal with the ViewState parameter part.
Now my question is: which is a better approach to the above problem?? Use VUGen to create test scripts.... or create scripts using QTP and use these for load testing??
Any other suggestions are welcome.
Re: .net with LoadRunner/QTP?
Dealing with View Sate in Vugen scripts is very straightfoward. The engine is able to trap most of the view state. The part of the view state that is missing can be easily inserted by manually calling web_reg_save_param before the url is called and then replacing it right after in the next post. You need to specify larger buffer for bigger viewstates with web_set_max_html_param_len. Also in tree view mode it is easier to do correlation for special escape characters. Ping me if you have any additional questions
Carlos Pons Farre