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Subject Excluding jpeg, js, png files while recording
Date Wed, 24 Jun 2009 04:54:34 GMT

Hi All,
 I have a question regarding excluding the .jpeg, .png, .js, .gif files
while recording.

 Is it advisable to exclude these while recording and performing the load
test excluding those?

 Because if I dont exclude, many http request's get created for each of the
js or jpeg files. When I will do the load test, it will request the server
for each of those files and will consume server. Which will affect the
response times for other transactions/steps. If I disable or exclude the
images or js files, the response time may be improved for other
 Some places its mentioned its advisable to exclude it, just want to confirm
on it.

 Thanks in advance.
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