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Document Complete and Fully Loaded
01-06-2010, 07:23 AM
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RE: Document Complete and Fully Loaded
Sorry, the specifics for fully loaded are that the onLoad has already fired (with no new navigation) and that there is 2 seconds with no activity on the wire with no pending requests (i.e. if a request is made that takes 30 seconds for the server to respond the 2 second clock won't start until that request has been closed).

You can force the test to stop at onLoad (particularly helpful for AJAX apps that do polling to get push updates) by clicking the "Stop Measurement at Document Complete" check box on the advanced page. If you need to get even fancier you can force it to stop at document complete but also set a "DOM Element" which will keep the test going past onLoad as needed until the condition is met.
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Document Complete and Fully Loaded - melB - 05-13-2009, 07:21 PM
RE: Document Complete and Fully Loaded - pmeenan - 01-06-2010 07:23 AM

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