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8 days ago
Topic:
License not eligible for v5.9 upgrade

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
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Posts: 554
According to the screenshot, your support and maintenance expired. Active maintenance is required to receive free version upgrades that will allow you to activate v5.9.


You can contact sales@StresStimulus.com regarding reinstating your support and maintenance.


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9 days ago
Topic:
License not eligible for v5.9 upgrade

Suvanta
Suvanta
Posts: 2
have been using v5.8 License for my machine to execute the scripts and I have upgraded the tool to v5.9 and it says that the :

StresStimulus UNLICENSED VERSION v5.9.8840

License was taken for an year and it is not expired can you provide a way to solve this license error .
17 days ago
Topic:
System.Data.SQLite.SQLiteException(0x800027AF)

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
What version of StresStimulus do you use?
18 days ago
Topic:
Execution and actual processing of SalesOrders

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
As I understand, you have correctly created all the parameters necessary for your scenario and testing requirements.
However, if your script execution with a single user fails on the first iteration, it is evidence that your script is missing correlation parameters.
To address that, you need to add to your script manual correlation as follows:
You do not see errors in your test report because Dynamics 365 Finance & Operation does not automatically send HTTP errors when it encounters application errors.
Therefore, you need to create validators to check specific transactions for errors as described: https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc59/Response+Validators.


If you need our assistance to fix your script, then:


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22 days ago
Topic:
Execution and actual processing of SalesOrders

Suvanta
Suvanta
Posts: 2
I am using Stress Stimulus to do load testing on Dynamics 365 Finance &Operation I have created all parameters for execution of sales order. Even after Correctly parameterizing it , the actual execution of the data is not happening while executing the test scripts with multiple VU's what has to be done for this and test summary shows no errors and Iteration and transactions are passed
28 days ago
Topic:
System.Data.SQLite.SQLiteException(0x800027AF)

Roobadevi
Roobadevi
Posts: 1
Hi,

I have created a basic script which creates new client everytime. I ran that single script using 4 Load Generators for 10 mins from controller with 4 users as a sanity test. After completing 1st iteration in all the machines, am getting error "code = constraint(19).message = System.Data.SQLite.SQLiteException(0x800027AF): constraint failed" . If I click ok, the execution stops. Please refer the screenshot below.



If I eliminate this particular LG, am getting error for some other LG. We have enough spaces in all the LGs.

Kindly assist.

Thanks,
Rooba
3/12/2024
Topic:
Request times breakdown

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
Topic: Request times breakdown
The StresStimulus request details grid (as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Request+Details) displays statistics for every request that includes:
· Time to first byte (TTFB) – server’s initial response
· Time to last byte (TTLB) – server’s final response
· Network latency – (TTLB – TTFB)
Additionally, StresStimulus session timers (described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Session+Timers) show timers for every request individually.
3/12/2024
Topic:
Request times breakdown

Unregistered User
Unregistered User
Posts: 509
We would like to know if StressStimulus is able to break down server response times, for example, total server response times, including page load time, send and receive response time, network latency, integration time etc.
I am aware the requests response times and in depth of each request response time it can capture, but need to know about the above one. Is this captured by the StressStimulus tool?
3/3/2024
Topic:
Import a .har file into StresStimulus

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
Importing a .har file as a StresStimulus test case is described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Other+methods+of+creating+Test+Case
· In the Managing Test Case(s) node, select Import a session file as a Test Case




· In the file open dialog, set the filter to *.har




· Select the .har file to import
3/3/2024
Topic:
Import a .har file into StresStimulus

Unregistered User
Unregistered User
Posts: 509
I would like to do a very basic stripped down load test with a set of url's (numbering around 5000) .
3/2/2024
Topic:
Resolving concurrent logins

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
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Posts: 554
George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
Topic: Resolving concurrent logins
It sounds like you require different VUs to log in at different times.
I would suggest inserting a Delay object https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Delay before the login transaction with the following properties:
· Set the Delay type property to Random
· Set the Maximum delay property equal to the Step duration property in the Step load pattern (see screenshot below). That way, the VUs logins will be spaced out to their maximum extent.


3/2/2024
Topic:
Resolving concurrent logins

Unregistered User
Unregistered User
Posts: 509
I am trying to run a test with 10 load generators. But it adds the condition that I have to use a minimum of 10 users for ramp-up (should be equal to or more than the LGs) and 10 users for starting up the test. Since my application has a very complicated login, it is causing the concurrency in the test and increasing the login response time exponentially.
Is there any way to avoid the concurrency or reduce the ramp-up, like 1 or 2 users from 10 users?
3/1/2024
Topic:
Stop auto-login during recording

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
You are NOT seeing the login box when launching the URL because, by default, StresStimulus recorded passes the Windows user credentials to the server automatically.
To disable this behavior, uncheck the Automatically Authenticate in the Other Recording Options as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Other+Recording+Options.




3/1/2024
Topic:
Stop auto-login during recording

Unregistered User
Unregistered User
Posts: 509
I am trying to record steps which require a login to Dynamics (CE). I am required to log in with a test user for this, but each time the URL is launched in incognito mode via the StresStimulus recorder, automatically, I get asked to authorize the USER account that is logged into the server. I followed the online support suggestion to add in Authorisation via Recording Other options – but this has made no difference. I want to be able to launch the URL and NOT see auto-login for the account that is logged in to the box/VM.
2/22/2024
Topic:
Why is the Transaction Details table not populated

George @StresStimulus
George @StresStimulus
Administrator
Posts: 554
According to your screenshot, all your test iterations were completed with the status failed. That is the reason you are not seeing transaction stats.
One way to determine the reason for failure is to look at the Activity diagram as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/VU+Activity+View
  • Open the Activity diagram
  • Check the show failed iterations checkbox
  • Hover the mouse over one iteration. The tooltip will appear with the reason for failure.

  • You may contact your support rep for assistance with troubleshooting your test script and execution.
    If you are evaluating StresStimulus, you can request a free test configuration session from https://www.stresstimulus.com/trials/free-test-configuration


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    2/22/2024
    Topic:
    Why is the Transaction Details table not populated

    xmcglynn
    xmcglynn
    Posts: 1
    My simple test completed with no errors. I don't know why the transaction stats aren't showing, please advise.




    2/10/2024
    Topic:
    How to capture application timings

    George @StresStimulus
    George @StresStimulus
    Administrator
    Posts: 554
    StresStimulus offers complete aggregate and individual metrics for every request in the test without any scripting.
    You can see the aggregate request results in the Request details grid in the test report described: https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Detail+View and https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc57/Request+Details
    To see the detailed timers for every individual request:
    1. Query the test log to restore the particular requests you wish to view timers for as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Querying+the+Test+Log
    Right-click on each restored request and select the Session Inspector option to open the inspector.











    1. Click the Show Sessions Timers button to bring up the timers for the request/response as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Session+Timers
    2/10/2024
    Topic:
    How to capture application timings

    Unregistered User
    Unregistered User
    Posts: 509
    I need to know whether Stress Stimulus is able to capture the application timing, from submit, process, firing request, reaches the interface, reaches the host, come back to application.
    2/8/2024
    Topic:
    Measuring Response time by VU

    George @StresStimulus
    George @StresStimulus
    Administrator
    Posts: 554
    The calls (requests) for every VU and every iteration can be observed in the waterfall chart as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Single+Waterfall+Chart
    To export the waterfall chart data to Excel, right-click > Export to CSV… as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Waterfall+Chart+Commands
    An alternative way to see the response time for every request is to query the test log as described https://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc58/Querying+the+Test+Log. The response time for every request is in the TTLB column of the sessions grid.








    2/8/2024
    Topic:
    Measuring Response time by VU

    Unregistered User
    Unregistered User
    Posts: 509
    If we run a test for 300 users, is there a way to see the response time for each call per each user?




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