Binding Data to Web Performance Tests
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by Steven Smith
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Testing web pages can be a tedious process, and having to test many slightly different scenarios only makes the task worse.  By using data binding, web performance tests can be written such that they test a range of values without the need to re-record test scripts or write custom code.  Test data can be decoupled from the actual recording of the test itself, and can be stored either in simple text files in CSV or XML format, or in an actual database.

I found this article to be helpful while working on this walkthrough.  I'm also working on an online video series for PluralSight on Visual Studio performance testing that I hope to have completed in a couple of months.


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