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Sasikanth asked on 13 Aug 2014, 12:51 PM
Hi Cody, 
                I need to customize the load test report , I need to save the page specific metrics but the existing load test report is not having these metrics,is there any way to customize this using coded steps.From the following links to forums 

http://docs.telerik.com/teststudio/user-guide/code-samples/general/execution-extensions.aspx
http://docs.telerik.com/teststudio/user-guide/code-samples/general/load_testing_extensions.aspx
                                                                                                                                                                         I came to know that we can use extensions in this situation but in order to write an extension we need to understand the existing classes and libraries which are to be used , from the following link 

http://docs.telerik.com/teststudio/online-api-reference/index.aspx  

I can see what classes are available but I can hardly figure out how they can be used . Apart from the mentioned links is there any document(with examples) which can be used as reference to API so that everyone can use it .In case if there is no such document , kindly send me sample code to solve my problem 

Thanks 
Sasikanth 




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Cody
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answered on 18 Aug 2014, 02:37 PM
Hello Sasikanth,

The Execution Extension is not called/used for load tests. It is only called when running a functional or performance test.

The Load Test extension gives you 6 hooks when running:
  1. When a User Profile is loaded, just before virtual users are started 
  2. When a new virtual user is started
  3. When a running virtual user is ending and stopping (because it finished running all the steps contained in the user profile)
  4. The HTTP request that is about to be sent to the web server
  5. The HTTP response that was received from the web server
  6. A hook to modify the URL of the next outgoing HTTP request

I don't think any of the above extensions can be used to save the page specific metrics. I think your only real option is to export the raw data to an Excel file where you can massage the data into any summary report you like.

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Cody
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