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Guest WSOD
I am trying to write a script that will run 1 page at a time, so we can test the performance of each individual page. I am currently do this by using different profiles (each with one page) inside the same scenario, and switching them out before each run. I like to use the same scenario, so I can easily manage the test volume. I would like to be able to do the same thing using the command line interface so I can automate the process. Is there a profile variable that can be used in the command line, or will I need to create unique scenarios for each test (I have between 50-100 pages.)

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Guest angela
QUOTE (WSOD @ Apr 10 2009, 04:53 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I am trying to write a script that will run 1 page at a time, so we can test the performance of each individual page. I am currently do this by using different profiles (each with one page) inside the same scenario, and switching them out before each run. I like to use the same scenario, so I can easily manage the test volume. I would like to be able to do the same thing using the command line interface so I can automate the process. Is there a profile variable that can be used in the command line, or will I need to create unique scenarios for each test (I have between 50-100 pages.)



It can be done only by changing the content of a Scenario file or a Profile. It also can be done by using command line, but you should be a real expert in order ot be able to do this smile.gif At least, our developers told that they could not do this smile.gif

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Guest Aftehoof
Iam really confused with the concept of command line arguements . can anyone pl. help me

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