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From Oliver Lloyd <oliver_ll...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Facebook login using Jmeter
Date Mon, 04 Jul 2011 22:04:30 GMT
Facebook App huh, thought so. You do not need to test Facebook to test your
App, you don't want to and actually won't be able to. 

You can record the requests using FB but then you should remove them and
only keep those against your own host, you might need to spoof things like
facebook_id or some json strings with user data in but on the whole it's
very unlikely your code will depend on dynamic responses. There's really no
point testing 3rd-party sites, you won't gain from it and they won't
appreciate it. And, arguably, it's bordering on illegal. It's certainly
outside their terms of service.

If you really feel you need FaceBook (I have never known this to be true)
but if it makes you feel better there's a some companies around that will
work with you to 'pretend' to be Facebook. Just google it, you'll find them.

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