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Posted 16 September 2008 - 09:34 PM

Hi,

Thanks in advance for whoever is taking time to read this.


I am trying to load/stress a web application.

i have performed some very basic test in our testing environment.

for example at www.clientONEwebsite.com

Now if i have to test the same profiles and scenarios for a similar web application on a different server i.e
www.clientTWOwebsite.com, is there a way i can re-use my scripts from above. or do i have to do them manually?


Please advice,
Thanks

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Posted 17 September 2008 - 09:42 AM

QUOTE (Rdwaram @ Sep 17 2008, 04:34 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,

Thanks in advance for whoever is taking time to read this.


I am trying to load/stress a web application.

i have performed some very basic test in our testing environment.

for example at www.clientONEwebsite.com

Now if i have to test the same profiles and scenarios for a similar web application on a different server i.e
www.clientTWOwebsite.com, is there a way i can re-use my scripts from above. or do i have to do them manually?


Please advice,
Thanks


Do you have the same application on the second server (with a different server name)?

Anyway, in order to use the same scenario you should substitute the 1st server name to the 2nd server name in each request of the corresponding profile. You can do this by opening and editing .wpp file in a text editor.

Also, you can do this via WAPT's Edit menu, using the option Find and replace…

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Posted 17 September 2008 - 02:57 PM

QUOTE (angela @ Sep 17 2008, 03:42 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Do you have the same application on the second server (with a different server name)?

Anyway, in order to use the same scenario you should substitute the 1st server name to the 2nd server name in each request of the corresponding profile. You can do this by opening and editing .wpp file in a text editor.

Also, you can do this via WAPT's Edit menu, using the option Find and replace…



Angela,

Thank you for the information provided. I am assuming that if ever my web address is slightly modified (however the web application is the the same) I should be able to find/replace or edit the wpp and i should be ok.


Thanks,
Ron





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