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Google Web Toolkit: Handle external libraries

This tutorial describes how to design a Virtual User containing Google Web Toolkit requests. It introduces you to the Post-Recording Wizard, which is used to instruct NeoLoad how to decode the GWT requests. If you do not have all the required files during the recording, this tutorial explains how to repair GWT requests that could not be decoded.

To gain the most from this tutorial, it is recommended to read:

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Understand the context

Record GWT requests

Fix a GWT request post-recording

See Also

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Understand the context

In the same way that it allows HTTP requests to be defined and tested, NeoLoad also provides a method of load testing GWT Web applications. GWT requests are similar in many ways to standard HTTP requests. This means that all the NeoLoad features available for testing HTTP requests can also be used for GWT requests, for example the use of variables or defining validations on the server response.