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comment Visual studio web performance testing for invalid input
Yes you can validate such things such as http responses and a host of other things out-of-the-box but they all basically analyse the raw http request form, apart from the basic validations such as response headers, the rest are generally flaky and give too many false negatives. If field validation is truly a necessity, then I would say that it should be done in code. For HTTP header validation and simple validation, yes out-of-the-box validation is there and quite sufficient.
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