During your load test, you may want to log information related to your script. This is useful if you want to check data afterward, whether it was used or modified during your load test. There are a few ways to log data during your ...Read More
The approach for testing distributed, decentralized systems, aka testing blockchain bears no resemblance to traditional network testing; this is a new testing paradigm from regular, client-server application testing. In conventional performance testing, you can assume control over the network and makeup throughput numbers. Blockchains, ...Read More
Overview During your load test, you may experience issues of having your load generator localhost:7100 become unavailable. This article provides best practices and serves as guidance for you to attempt to resolve this issue. The Best Solutions for you to Consider Eliminate a conflicting ...Read More
NeoLoad 7.2 delivers NeoLoad’s commercial support for Citrix performance testing. NeoLoad provides testers and developers automatic test design and maintenance, the most realistic simulation of user behavior, fast root cause analysis, and built-in integrations with the entire SDLC toolchain. Automate performance test design, maintenance, and ...Read More
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I had an absolute blast at the second virtual #NeotysPAC. Between the relevant content and networking, it was well worth my time and investment. I must commend Henrik, Stephane, and everyone else at Neotys for putting together such an engaging event. In my talk, ...Read More
Overview Many web applications use Epoch/UNIX dynamic timestamp values for validation and session info. When NeoLoad records a User Path, it marks the current value and timestamp. When replayed, these values and timestamps might be out of date and invalid, causing the User Path to ...Read More