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How i can test performance application

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asked 31 May '13, 07:15

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edited 31 May '13, 07:54

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Hi Alf,

You can test the performance of a Formspider Application the same way you test any Web application. How do you test performance currently?

Kind Regards, Yalim

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answered 31 May '13, 07:23

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Hi Yalim, Before i never try test performance for the web application. I just tested webservices performance and using jMeter or is possible use jMeter ? :D

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(31 May '13, 07:27) AlfAbetas

Hi Alf,

jMeter does not work with Formspider because Formspider apps work 100% AJAX. But more sophisticated tools like HP's LoadRunner do.

Alternatively, you can look at XML being passed in the responses and simulate the flow with custom code.

How many concurrent users are you going to test it for?

(31 May '13, 07:47) Yalim ♦♦

Hi,

Thanks i try.
I thiking about 30 concurrent user

(31 May '13, 07:51) AlfAbetas

Hi Alf,

Unless there is a particular good reason that I can't know, don't bother with a performance test for 30 concurrent users. Formspider will just work fine. 30 is a very low number.

Best, Yalim

(31 May '13, 07:54) Yalim ♦♦

We are planning to build new application and possibly lot of users can use it.

Discussions is about Formspider as one of alternatives of technology.

Does exists some recommendations how to build robus applications with FS.

What are bottlnecks of Fomspider application, what elements consume huge memory and huge processor resources? ( Here question is not about Oracle database , but about Formspider framework.)

And does exists some recomendation about setting Oracle DB configuration parameters for FS framework .

Does exists some difference in effectivennes of aplication :

1) one parent datasource definition and 10 datasources inside it

2) 10 paranet datasource definintions ( using the same select) and each definition has one datasource inside it

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answered 31 May '13, 08:27

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edited 31 May '13, 08:37

Hi Alf,

In our experience, performance bottlenecks because of Formspider have been extremely rare. I cannot remember a performance issue that we worked on in the last year. So FS is hardly ever the problem.

There is nothing special in the way Formspider works. If you write good SQL and PL/SQL and have reasonably well tuned DB your application should just work.

Obviously, since Formspider runs in the database, you will see increased CPU and SGA usage. But these are regular things that a DBA always keeps track of. So there isn't a secret parameter that you should set or change.

Last year, a client did a performance test with Formspider for 500 concurrent users. There were no issues. Back then we also did a few tests ourselves. I have a report about the test we did. It is in Turkish. I will translate it and place a link here. It might be helpful.

Best, Yalim

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answered 31 May '13, 11:13

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Hi,

As promised, I translated the performance test document we prepared for a Formspider client. These tests were done last summer in 2012. In addition to our tests, the client performed its own tests with its own tools and was very satisfied with the performance. This document only covers the tests we've done. You can read the document from the link below. If you have any questions please let me know.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R8etpcwdZQNiM46syBI-viOQvCHUC0OJiKrLCqcmm5U/edit?usp=sharing

Hope this helps.

Kind Regards, Yalim

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answered 05 Jun '13, 06:40

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