Monday, August 20, 2007
Since Selenium has been designed as a browser-oriented tool, load/performance tests definitely aren’t among its strong points. With the help of Selenium Remote Control
one can make precise performance test in his/her preferred language (executing number of opening page steps for example and calculating the average time), but I will limit this post in a really simple example test based entirely on Selenium Core.
I’ve used RadGrid
as a complex Web Control to check whether its execution time exceeds over an accepted period. What the Selenium Core test needs is just a result available for verification. So adding the ...