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RadView Launches New Testing Software

RadView Software Inc. has announced WebLoad 3.51, the latest release of its Web application testing software. WebLoad 3.51 extends RadView's testing functionality through the addition of Wizards, visual tools and built-in customizable reports. Users benefit from shortened development cycles and an ability to analyze and verify Web applications prior to deployment.

WebLoad 3.51 includes several new features. These include the Table Compare Definition Wizard, a step-by-step process for verifying the functional integrity of a Web application under a defined load condition. Using the Wizard, users can define "expected" table data as well as the specific data they wish to have compared for unmatched verification of e-business systems prior to development.

WebLoad 3.51 also includes the Table Compare Viewer, a graphical interface for analyzing the results of table comparisons. Virtual Client Simulation is a set of enhancements to WebLoad's client property definitions including Connection Speed Simulation and SSL Bit Limits. Cruise Control Enhancements enables users to quantify the scalability of a Web application according to user-defined performance profiles. These include improved load generation balancing through manual and algorithmic techniques that automatically distribute load generation tasks across all available resources allocated to the test session. Built-in Reporting Enhancements allow users to view the results of a test session in real time. WebLoad 3.51 is currently available.

Contact RadView Software, (888) RADVIEW, www.radview.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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