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Posted 15 October 2008 - 10:21 AM

We are using WAPT to load test a SharePoint application. We have inherited some test profiles from the customer.

They have two profiles - the first profile includes 64 page urls in the main section and the second profile includes 150 page urls in the main section. We only run with one profile at any one time. The profile settings are set to iteration of 1, with an aggressive think time of a random range of 2 to 10 seconds.

The scenario test volume is set to running a 100 user test load, for a fixed period - usually 1 or 2 hours - with a ramp up from 1 to 100 users with a user starting at 2 second intervals.

when we look at the results we only see (for either profile) in the order of 24 page types being executed (ie there are response figures for 24 of the 64 pages or 150 pages). we would like to ensure that a user executes all 64 or 150 pages in their session (and then starts again).

what are we doing wrong?
thanks in advance.

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Posted 17 October 2008 - 08:47 AM

QUOTE (rob @ Oct 15 2008, 05:21 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
We are using WAPT to load test a SharePoint application. We have inherited some test profiles from the customer.

They have two profiles - the first profile includes 64 page urls in the main section and the second profile includes 150 page urls in the main section. We only run with one profile at any one time. The profile settings are set to iteration of 1, with an aggressive think time of a random range of 2 to 10 seconds.

The scenario test volume is set to running a 100 user test load, for a fixed period - usually 1 or 2 hours - with a ramp up from 1 to 100 users with a user starting at 2 second intervals.

when we look at the results we only see (for either profile) in the order of 24 page types being executed (ie there are response figures for 24 of the 64 pages or 150 pages). we would like to ensure that a user executes all 64 or 150 pages in their session (and then starts again).

what are we doing wrong?
thanks in advance.


Hi,

To make the situation more clear for us, please send to us your scenario and two Full logs for the above profiles. Thank you in advance.






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