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Silverlight is NOT a thin client, it allows for heavy client-side processing and so the request is quite valid. Silverlight is a dialect / subset of WPF, the technology that replaces Windows Forms, another fat-client :) Here are a few ideas on how to go about this "perf testing" (it's not really load testing because a client can only be accessed by 1 user,...


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TestComplete should be able to access internal Silverlight properties, even in Windowless mode. At the same time it allows to perform functional web testing [1, 2]. And another possible solution... You can achieve this when performing SilverLight Isolated API / Unit Testing. Here's an example. Unit tests usually run against SilverLight's Windowless ...


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Silverlight applications are often front end heavy, with little or no communication to a web service. If your Silverlight application is still heavily relying on a web service and the intention is to load test that web service, then you can run performance tests for it just like you would test any other web site. If the goal is to test the performance of ...



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