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Guest Smarali

Hi,

 

I have recorded a script where the user visits each report only once.

Set the test scenario as Fixed user load = 1; Sessions run = 1 and also checked the 'End test correctly' box.

 

But the Wapt 5.0 report after the run shows that the pages are accessed more than once.

i.e I checked the HTTP reply codes where the 'Number' column shows the number of times the URI was accessed by the tool.

 

But when I checked the Database record, only few reports were accessed.

 

Can you please suggest a way how to check how many pages were retrived/accessed by the tool?????

 

I need help in analysis the results presented by the tool.........

 

Its URGENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks in advance......

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Guest angela
Hi,

 

I have recorded a script where the user visits each report only once.

Set the test scenario as Fixed user load = 1; Sessions run = 1 and also checked the 'End test correctly' box.

 

But the Wapt 5.0 report after the run shows that the pages are accessed more than once.

i.e I checked the HTTP reply codes where the 'Number' column shows the number of times the URI was accessed by the tool.

 

But when I checked the Database record, only few reports were accessed.

 

Can you please suggest a way how to check how many pages were retrived/accessed by the tool?????

 

I need help in analysis the results presented by the tool.........

 

Its URGENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks in advance......

 

Hi,

 

In the reply codes WAPT shows both pages requests and requests of images from the pages. If you disable the option to request images, WAPT will show "1" there.

 

 

Also, you can enable logging and generate Full log where you can check how many times a page has been requested.

 

 

 

 

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