We have an ERP application developped using Seam that we're currently testing.
I developped a simple test case using Badboy, and converted it to JMeter in order to run it on both applications.
feeling in front of his computer.
In a more general way, pages really
In a way, the JMeter point of view is quite interesting; it can be interpreted as the total processing time, since request sending, to its comeback to the client computer.
But I can't think of a way to simulate the browser processing time, aside adding an arbitrary thinking time (say, 2 sec maybe) for every request.
Well I can't simulate a
user resent in the middle of a high load usage of the server.
I can launch the Badboy script in the middle of the JMeter load test but it's not really accurate and scriptable.
Well did anybody managed to find a way to monitor the whole processing time (browser included) for many users ?