This is a preview release of Flood URL Bag application, intended only for flood developers (or at least powerusers). Flood URL Bag is a Mozilla based application (built with XPCOM/XUL) that makes easy to prepare flood XML test configuration file. When active, it captures (nearly) every request leaving mozilla. You can then fine tune captured requests (change URL, request method, POST body and so on) and save them to XML file, when you're happy with results. Quick'n'easy WYSIWYT (What You See Is What You'll Test) not found in other web performance packages.
Here's a quick look at Flood URL Bag features:
...and preview of things to come:
Here are some screen's showing Flood URL Bag at work:
Here is this tiny (about 30K) XPInstall package. You'll need at least Mozilla 1.6 or FireFox 0.8 browser. Earlier versions might work, so you might give a shot before you'll try. On Unix systems you'll need write permissions to $MOZILLA_HOME/chrome directory.
After installation, please restart your browser, and run Flood URL Bag using menus: Tools->Web Development->Flood URL Bag (Mozilla) or by dragging Flood URL Bag icon into your preferred tool bar (FireFox).
WARNING This may seem crazy, but Mozilla *DOESN'T* have an uninstall capability. Manual uninstall requires hand editing some configuration files, so basically it's easier to wipe out entire browser. So if you intend to play around that application, please do so on a clean Mozilla install. You have been warned.
I didn't mention this isn't stable? Whoopsss... my bad. Here are known problems: