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LOAD RUNNER COURSE CURRICULUM
- Introduction of LoadRunner
- LoadRunner Testing Process
- LoadRunner Architecture
- Virtual User Generator
- What are virtual users?
- Creating VU Script
- Transaction Points
- Rendezvous Point
- LoadRunner Controller
- Design Scenario
- Add Group
- Add V-Users
- Configuring Runtime
HP LoadRunner is an automated performance and test_automation product from Hewlett-Packard for examining system behaviour and performance, while generating actual load. HP acquired LoadRunner as part of its acquisition of Mercury Interactive in November 2006. HP LoadRunner can simulate thousands of concurrent users to put the application through the rigors of real-life user loads, while collecting information from key infrastructure components (Web servers, database servers etc.) The results can then be analyzed in detail, to explore the reasons for particular behavior.
LoadRunner supports various application protocols; Flex AMF, Citrix ICA, Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), ERP/CRM (e.g. SAP, Oracle eBusiness, Siebel and PeopleSoft), Databases, Mail Clients, Web Services, AJAX TruClient (with V.11.0).
HP LoadRunner is the industry standard for application performance testing. The load testing tool helps you prevent issues by detecting bottlenecks and to obtain an accurate picture of end-to-end system performance before going live.
Extremely flexible for organizations and projects of all sizes, LoadRunner software testing tool enables you to test a range of applications including mobile, Ajax, Flex, HTML 5, .NET, Java, GWT, Silverlight, SOAP, Citrix, ERP and legacy.
LoadRunner works by creating virtual users who take the place of real users operating client software, such as Internet Explorer sending requests using the HTTP protocol to IIS or Apache web servers.
Requests from many virtual user clients are generated by “Load Generators” in order to create a load on various servers under test
These load generator agents are started and stopped by the “Controller” program.
The Controller controls load test runs based on “Scenarios” invoking compiled “Scripts” and associated “Run-time Settings”.
Scripts are crafted using the “Virtual user script Generator” (named “V U Gen”), It generates C-language script code to be executed by virtual users by capturing network traffic between Internet application clients and servers.
With Java clients, VuGen captures calls by hooking within the client JVM.
During runs, the status of each machine is monitored by the Controller.
At the end of each run, the Controller combines its monitoring logs with logs obtained from load generators, and makes them available to the “Analysis” program, which can then create run result reports and graphs for Microsoft Word, Crystal Reports, or an HTML webpage browser.
Each HTML report page generated by Analysis includes a link to results in a text file which Microsoft Excel can open to perform additional analysis.
Errors during each run are stored in a database which can be read using Microsoft Access
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