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I would like to measure the performance of the functional testing. I was following the tutorial in the following link http://www.softwareishard.com/blog/firebug/automate-page-load-performance-testing-with-firebug-and-selenium/ . While trying to run the test in IDE it is not executing and says class not found. can some one give a sample running code of it. Thank you in Advance

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can you please elaborate...which IDE u are using and did u configure that IDE with Selenium API properly –  Anuragh27crony Dec 8 '13 at 6:04
    
I am using Eclipse (Kepler), currently my problem got solved by referring to the following link seleniumworks.blogspot.in/2013/12/… –  Suresh Kumar Dec 9 '13 at 10:03

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What is "performance of the functional testing"? Are you trying to test performance of server, so use JMeter (or smth. like that). Performance of client -- then I would look at http://yslow.org/

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Thank you for additional information, I am trying to integrate Selenium functional test with Performance testing with Firebug and finally got solution. –  Suresh Kumar Dec 9 '13 at 10:05
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My problem got solved by referring to the following link http://seleniumworks.blogspot.in/2013/12/selenium-performance-testing-netexport.html

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This is not an answer, you did not describe the problem in your question, explain the cause in the answer or give the solution. –  Paxic Dec 12 '13 at 20:23
    
Initially I was using the default webdriver firefox. Where I am unable to invoke the firebug, when I switched to Default firefox by using profiles firebug is working –  Suresh Kumar Feb 1 at 5:39

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