Ethan53 Absent Member.
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Open multiple application instances and perform login activity

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Hello,

we have a test plan where we wish to create/start 100 Windows Desktop Application instances (Developed using WPF).

Following is the basic algorithm:

1. Start/create a desktop application instance ( Login form opens up)

2. Enter login name, password and submit

3. Minimize the application.

4. Stop if 100 instances opened/created.

 

Please provide us with an appropriate resource link to run this test.

Thanks.

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sluong Absent Member.
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UFT does not support Load Testing, its available via LoadRunner iirc.

Try forcing bird foods into a cat and bad things gona happen

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Re: Open multiple application instances and perform login activity

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Are you trying to open 100 instances of this program on a single system?

What is the purpose of such a test?

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Ethan53 Absent Member.
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Re: Open multiple application instances and perform login activity

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Hello,

Thank you for your reply.

Yes I am trying to open 100 instances of single program on a single system.

The purpose is to check whether the server can manage a load of 100 instances running parallelly.

Thank you.

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Re: Open multiple application instances and perform login activity

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UFT does not support Load Testing, its available via LoadRunner iirc.

Try forcing bird foods into a cat and bad things gona happen

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