Visual Studo Testing

So you want to retrieve your test results?

When you create a test project in Visual Studio, you can load test your application, but you won’t be able to save/view results without a storage type set to database.  You can check your storage type by checking the properties on the Run Settings. (if you set it to none, you will be able run the test) By default you do not have a database to store the results of you load test.  (Why your not asked during installation to create one is beyond me). You need to run the SQLscript to create the LoadTest database. Here is the path to the...

Can't open a Visual Studio test project

The test tools in Visual Studio can help you stress test your application.  The only problem is that they are not included with the regular developer edition of Visual Studio.  So if have the wrong version installed you need to uninstall and reinstall a version that does have those project types (like Team Suite). What I found though was after you uninstalled and reinstalled you were not able to open/create test projects.  The project types were there, but you receive an error:  The following project languages must be installed C#, C++, VB.NET (or something like that).  Everything else will work, but...

Visual Studio 2008 web test recorder not working on 64-bit

The load test in Visual Studio are a great help to stress/performance test you applications.  With the web test you “should” be able to record actions as you use your application.  When you add a web test IE starts and there should be recorder bar on the left. When ever I created a web test I never saw the web test recorder bar show up.  I didn’t even know I was missing it.  So, I was never able to get to do anything besides record that you launched a page which helps you test page load time, but doesn’t help...

So you want to retrieve your test results?

When you create a test project in Visual Studio, you can load test your application, but you won’t be able to save/view results without a storage type set to database.  You can check your storage type by checking the properties on the Run Settings. (if you set it to none, you will be able run the test) By default you do not have a database to store the results of you load test.  (Why your not asked during installation to create one is beyond me). You need to run the SQLscript to create the LoadTest database. Here is the path to the...