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ScrumWorks SOAP API Test Results

Posted by Kim on Wednesday, May 14, 2008

I won’t go into the details of the specs of the hardware or OS, since there is no reliable way to compare two different systems against each other, but the relative performance on the tested system gives a very good insight as to how it will behave on other systems as well.

I also want to stress that the SOAP API is not the same as the web/desktop client, and may use a different communication model on the server side. The results ARE NOT comparable to the web or desktop client response times.

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More on ScrumWorks Pro API testing

Posted by Kim on Wednesday, April 23, 2008

I today spent most of my time testing the ScrumWorks Pro 3.0 SOAP API, with the MySQL database, and came to the conclusion that there are some potential performance killers in the application.

The test data we used was somewhat larger than a typical small project. This data was scaled to match the expected data amounts of a very large enterprise environment within a few years, with lots of users. Read the rest of this entry »

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ScrumWorks Pro SOAP API

Posted by Kim on Saturday, April 5, 2008

The Scrumworks Pro product has an API that works using SOAP calls, and I needed to LoadTest the application using this interface.
I immediately had some problems with it since there seemed to be no documentation at all for non-Java developers. A had a JavaDoc that really didn’t tell me anything (as I’m not a Java developer), and the only raw SOAP example I had was one Danube’s support sent me, which didn’t work for me as it was meant for other tools than LoadRunner … Read the rest of this entry »

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