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You can review past load test runs or current runs started by anyone on your team, at any time. You can also compare two test runs to see the gain or loss in performance, and other information.
In this example, you'll learn how to:
- Open a load test in Visual Studio
- Open a load test in Team Services
- Filter and select a load test
- Compare two test runs
Open a load test in Visual Studio
Open your load test project, open the Load test menu, and choose Load Test Manager.
The Load Test Manager page shows all of the load test runs started by you and all of your team members.
Open a load test in Team Services
If you are running URL-based or Apache JMeter load tests, you can see the list of all the test runs in Visual Studio Team Services Load test list.
Filter and select a load test
Filter the list of load tests by state, date, or user who created the test run.
Select a test run and open the shortcut menu (in Team Services you can use the icon) to see details of the test run, or stop a running test.
You can also open a test run by double-clicking it with your mouse.
Compare two test runs
To compare two test runs, select them in the list by holding CTRL while clicking with the mouse. Then choose the Compare two runs icon on the toolbar, or open the shortcut menu for one of the test runs and choose Compare.
In the comparison page you see the names of the two tests and, at the top of the page, a Summary section that lists the prime performance factors for each test, then the difference from the baseline as a percentage (the color of this text indicates a gain or loss in performance).
Use the links in the first row, the names and IDs of the test runs, to open the detailed view of that test run.
The Charts section of the page shows a graphical comparison of performance for the two test runs. The default is a chart for the response time and user load. Choose a different pair of factors from the dropdown menu to see more performance comparisons.
The Test settings section lists the primary settings specified for the two test runs. Again, the names and IDs of the tests are hyperlinks that open the details of that test.
- View and compare load test runs
- Add app performance data
- Run Apache JMeter load tests
- Record and replay tests
- Profile live Azure web apps with Application Insights
- Q & A for load testing
- Load test with Visual Studio
- Load test with Team Services
- Load test with Azure portal
- Tutorial: Run load tests before release
- Run Apache JMeter load tests with Visual Studio Team Services
- Analyze load test results using the Load Test Analyzer