Binding Data to Web Performance Tests
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Published: 03 May 2011
Abstract
Web Performance Tests provide a simple means of ensuring correct and performant responses are being returned from your web application. Testing a wide variety of inputs can be tedious without a way to separate test recording and input selection. Data binding provides a convenient and simple way to try an unlimited number of different inputs as part of your web performance tests using Visual Studio 2010.
by Steven Smith
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Introduction

Visual Studio's Web Performance Tests can be used to test whether web pages return the correct results and/or whether they respond quickly enough.  You can record these tests manually, but if you have a large number of scenarios you need to test for using the same set of pages, it's much more efficient to use the built in data source and data binding tools to do so.  This article walks through the steps of building a data driven Web Performance Test in Visual Studio 2010.


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