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Friday, August 7, 2015

Replaying IIS request logs using Apache JMeter


How would you validate a new API is compatible with an old API? While upgrading frameworks in a web application we're building, that was exactly the question we were asking ourselves. Sure, we could write synthetic tests on each endpoint, but is that representative? Users typically find insane better ways to test an API, so why not replay actual requests against the new API? In this post, we'll see how we can do exactly this using IIS and Apache JMeter. I've been using JMeter quite often in the past years doing web development, as it's one of the most customizable load test and functional test tools for web applications. The interface is q


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