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Performance testing in Autoit

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nazareena

how to do Performance testing in Autoit for the desktop application.

Any help is appreciated.

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hannes08

You can use TimerInit() and TimerDiff() if you want to measure time in AutoIT.


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nazareena

Thanks for the reply can we do load testing using autoit iam new to auto it if you briefly explain much appreciated.

Thanks once again

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nazareena

basically i wanted to do load test and stress testing (probably replicate the things which we used to do in load runner)

using Autoit pls refer me any manual related to that.

Thanks in advance

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LurchMan

Maybe you are after something like Performance Counters <- Search <- Example scripts By Ascend4nt

Perhaps read and you will find the manual. And if English isn't your native language: Google!

Edited by LurchMan

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