How to Write NAV Load Tests Scenarios Using Visual Studio

I created 2 videos about writing simple load test scenarios for Dynamics NAV using Visual Studio. The first video covers a simple scenario for opening and closing a page. The second video shows how to write a scenario to create a Purchase Order. Both examples also show how to add tests to the Visual Studio Load Test.

The videos are available on You Tube:

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10 thoughts on “How to Write NAV Load Tests Scenarios Using Visual Studio

  1. I tried to run those on NAV 2013 R2 but they fail with a Communication Exception. Through fiddler I see the following http error header:
    HTTP/1.1 415 Cannot process the message because the content type ‘text/plain; charset=utf-8’ was not the expected type ‘text/xml; charset=utf-8’.
    This happens after the first two http 401s which are okay with NTLM I guess. Any idea what might be the problem here?

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      1. I am using the WindowsUserContextManager and it seems to work as I get a different error message if I use an invalid user

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      2. WindowsUserContextManager uses the Windows Credentials for the current user running Visual Studio (or the TestAgent). You can’t change the Windwos user and passowrd in the app settings.

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  2. I’m sorry, I got it mixed up. I tried to run the master stuff on NAV2013R2 which obviously didn’t work. Running the NAV2013R2 branch works

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      1. One further question: I only get the english captions although I set the language to de-DE in the NAV Server instance config, the Web Client instance config and as default for the user. Is this a known limitation or am I missing something?

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