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Testing List Functionality (add new, edit and delete) for performanc

  Asked By: Santosh    Date: Jun 16    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 2720

We have build a custom application with few sharepoint lists.

When we are performance testing this application with load runner, we are
facing few challenges, especially at Editform.aspx.

During the recording of the script, the edit and save changes functionality
works fine. When the script is replayed to test (only for single user), we keep
getting an error when the form is submitted after the values in the form
controls are modified.

We are getting one of the below error each time, inconsistently.

1. “Status-code = 500 (Internal Server Error)”
2. “The page has been modified since you opened it. You must open the page

Please note that we are running the script only for 1 user and we are getting
the above errors.

Did anyone use load runner on the sharepoint list? Any suggestions to
understand/resolve this issue are appreciated.



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Aja Howe     Answered On: Jun 16

We did testing  with LoadRunner a couple of years ago, and I remember
we had some similar issues. I think it related to the fact that
LoadRunner had recorded the transactions to the server and was
playing them back exactly, but some of the information in the
headers/cookies is actually session-specific and will be different
even if the same user  performs the same operation at a later time.
LoadRunner was returning information from the original session which
the server wasn't expecting and this caused errors.

I think the LoadRunner expert went through the captured traffic in
the script  and put in more commands to make LoadRunner save  the
information that was being sent to from the server to the virtual
user into variables and replay the current values  to the server
instead of the fixed values from the original session.

Sorry, I can't remember the correct terminology now, but I hope that
at least gets you started on the right track.

Answer #2    Answered By: Cecil Mckenzie     Answered On: Jun 16

If anyone else have any other suggestions/input in this regards.

Answer #3    Answered By: Jaclyn Gordon     Answered On: Jun 16

Can you let me know the version of Sharepoint you tested with loadrunner? We
are using MOSS 2007.

Answer #4    Answered By: Bhupendra Bajpai     Answered On: Jun 16

We were using MOSS 2007 as well.............