Documentation

The SharePoint Performance Test Project Overview document gives a detailed overview of the project and explains how to get started.

External resources

The SharePoint Config blog contains articles relating to the development of this project such as the post Introducing the SharePoint performance test Codeplex project.

For more information on Visual Studio 2008 Load Testing the article Working with Load Tests on the Visual Studio Team System 2008 Test Development Center may be useful.

For more information on performance testing the article Fundamentals of Web Application Performance Testing by Microsoft Patterns and Practices on MSDN may be useful.

Last edited Dec 21, 2009 at 5:34 PM by Arriba, version 6

Comments

markwilde May 3, 2012 at 7:48 AM 
I think I fixed it. It has to do with your regional settings on your local pc and your test agent. within my local environment it expects to have a semi-column (;) seperated file. The agents expects a comma (,) seperated file. Try changing your file format for the remote agents and you are good to go.
Check here for the problem listed on the Microsoft support site:
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/da-DK/vstswebtest/thread/56c77aee-2c06-4f91-a3cf-9d185319d497?prof=required

henrikfromsweden Dec 12, 2011 at 2:02 PM 
I changed the "," to ";" in the CSV. Now VS will understand the CSV for databinding. Still problem to upload a document (I´m running it against SP2010) but a step forward.

OliverWirkus Aug 13, 2010 at 9:32 AM 
Always get this error:
Failed Could not run Web test 'Upload' on agent 'MOSSDEMO01': Could not access table 'UploadLibraries#csv' in data source 'UploadLibraries' of test 'd42e70d1-07b9-4e48-b314-b2fae2c39648': No value given for one or more required parameters. - 0,000 sec 0

Checked uploadedlibraries.csv more than once - should be ok.
Does anybody got this problem too?