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From santiagoloso <santiagol...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Is this working or not?
Date Wed, 08 Apr 2009 18:34:29 GMT

Yeap, I'm passing them. Results for ALL the samples are positive (on the
whole test plan). But the logs on the DB says anonymous instead.


Michael McDonnell wrote:
> 
> Are you passing in the username/password variables when you POST the login
> form?
> 
> On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 12:14 PM, santiagoloso
> <santiagoloso@gmail.com>wrote:
> 
>>
>> Hi everyone, I'm working on Test Plan for an application that requires
>> username and password. Due to some permissions thing only some of the
>> users
>> loaded on the DB are allowed to use this feature I'll be testing.
>>
>> Said that, I've configured a CSV file with usernames and passwords (all
>> allowed to use this feature I'm testing) and setted the thread group to
>> log
>> in to the website, and then perform the required steps to get into the
>> feature and operate over it.
>>
>> After executing THOUSANDS of times, and checked results, when I ask for
>> information, the required information is retrieved (analyzed using View
>> Results in Tree Listener). It's not really important data veracity, so
>> I'm
>> not using assertions, just need the performance.
>>
>> Well, my doubt comes this way: when taking a look at db logs, servers
>> been
>> hitted a lot of times, but always by an anonymous user (not by the
>> usernames
>> and passwords that are sent within the test plan).
>>
>> My deduction power tells me that the first steps (those executed before
>> the
>> log in) must be anonymous, but, from that step and all that follow,
>> username
>> on db logs should be the one inserted on each iteration (csv file brings
>> multiple username/password combinations, all valid).
>>
>> Am I wrong? What am I missing?
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