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Have you looked into any of the performance testing tools out there? Things like Oracle Application Testing Suite (not free) or things like JMeter (free)?
No i have not used it. Just want to know it can be done by coding.
The only place at which you can measure the time to load the entire page is at the browser. Both OATS and JMeter (as well as many others) basically implement the behaviour of a browser and measure times. So, if you want to write your own code to do it, sure you can - but that code has already been written for you, and I'd wonder why you want to re-invent the wheel, especially given that your need is "urgent" (HA!)1 person found this helpful
You can use some free HTTP sniffer tool. For example, you can use Fiddler. Just download, install and run it. It will start acting as an HTTP proxy for your browsers. It will catch all the HTTP requests/responses and it will display the load time of each request. (When you close the Fiddler application, it is automatically detached as an HTTP proxy and your system will continue working as it was, e.g. without a proxy).
At starting wen i run application the home page is loaded. It contains many components with it. I need to know hz much time it taken to load all elements in the .jspx page?
Can any one please say me how JMeter helps me to know the loading time of each jspx page? I couldnt find any specific example for using the jspx page.
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