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Using Multiple User Logins and Different Terms for Search Fields

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Guest Rdwaram

Please excuse me if this question has been addressed before.

 

 

I am trying to load and stress test our web application. I have two questions:

 

1. If am testing my system for 50 users to login, perform an action and logout.

is there a way for WAPT to accept 50 different user names every time the action is performed?

 

 

 

2. One of the things we can do in our web application is SEARCH for TERMS.

 

Can i have different users search for DIFFERENT predefined words instead the WAPT searching the same TERM 50 times.

 

 

 

Hoping to get a response soon.

 

Thanks

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Guest angela
Please excuse me if this question has been addressed before.

 

 

I am trying to load and stress test our web application. I have two questions:

 

1. If am testing my system for 50 users to login, perform an action and logout.

is there a way for WAPT to accept 50 different user names every time the action is performed?

 

2. One of the things we can do in our web application is SEARCH for TERMS.

 

Can i have different users search for DIFFERENT predefined words instead the WAPT searching the same TERM 50 times.

 

 

 

Hoping to get a response soon.

 

Thanks

 

1. For the request where your users should login: you need to assign the value of Ordered list function to the parameter that you use to for selection of login\password, and define the list of users\passwords, and select the option “Different values for different users”. Set the number of virtual users= 50.

 

2. In the same way assign the value of Ordered list function or Random from list function, define the list of words and set “Different values for different users”.

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