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Load Runner

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Load Runner:

Load Runner is a performance testing tool used to test application  measuring system behavior and performance under load.

Load Runner can simulate thousands of users concurrently using application software, recording and later analyzing the performance of key components of the application.

Why do we need load runner?

With the growing number of internet users, it is important for product owners to ensure that the application can handle peak load efficiently.

LOAD RUNNER SYLLABUS:

Load Runner Installation:

LoadRunner architecture

Where to install LoadRunner components

Identify hardware and software needed for installation

Installing Loadrunner samples.

VUGEN

Introduction to VUSER Concept:

Definition of Vuser

Why VUGEN is Used

Features of VUGEN

VUSER TYPES

Streamlining Recording:

Settings to be done before recording

Modes of recording

Choosing the right protocol

Types of protocol loadrunner supports

Single and Multiple protocols

When and how to use more than one Action

Deleting Action

First touch to VUGEN:

Starting VUGEN

Understanding VUGEN Environment Options

Choosing the right protocol

Recording Script using VUGEN:

VUSER Script sections (Init, Action and end)

Creating New Virtual VUSER script

Adding and removing protocols

Choosing New Virtual user category

Begin Recording on your application

Ending and Saving a recording session

Running the Created Script

 Introduction to Output window in VUGEN:

Replay Log

Recording Log

Generation Log

Correlation Results

Understanding the VUSER script:

Viewing and modifying VUSER scripts

Understanding the functions generated in the code

Getting Help on functions

Workflow Wizard

Walkthrough on few Loadrunner functions

Recap of Steps for creating Vuser Scripts

Actions in depth:

When and how to use more than one Action

Deleting Actions

Rename actions

Import Action into Vuser

Introduction to VUGEN parameters:

Definition of parameter

Why parameterization is required

Parameters Limitations

Creating Parameters

Types of parameters

Using Existing Parameters

Using Parameter List

Parameterization options

File and table type parameters:

Creating data files

Properties of file type parameters

properties of table type parameters

 Setting Parameters properties:

Introduction to setting parameter properties

Setting properties for internal data parameter types

Setting properties for user defined functions

Choosing parameter formats

Data Assignment methods:

Sequential

Random

Unique

Data Update Modes:

Each Occurrence

Each Iteration

Once

Configuring Run time settings:

About Run time settings

Configuring run time settings

Pacing run time settings

Configuring Log run time settings

Configuring Think time settings

Correlations:

Introduction to correlations

Auto Correlation

Wdiff Utility

Manual Correlation

Introduction to Transactions:

What are transactions

Why we need transactions

How to insert transactions in the script

Introduction to content check:

Why we need Content checks

How to use the inbuilt content checks

How to build your own content checks

 Controller:

Introduction to controller:

Opening controller

Why we need controller

Significance of controller

Features on controller

Loadrunner Testing Process:

Planning the test

Creating Vuser Script

Creating the scenario

Running the scenario

Monitoring the scenario

Analyzing the scenario

Designing a scenario:

Creating a scenario

Run scenario with sample Vuser load

Scenario types:

Manual Scenario

Goal Oriented scenario

Introduction to Load generators:

What is load generator

Why we need load generators

Kinds of Scheduling Scenarios:

Schedule by scenario

Schedule by group

Scheduling scenarios:

About Scheduling scenarios

Delaying the start of scenarios

Scheduling a scenario

Scheduling Vuser groups

Adding Vuser to Scheduled scenarios

 Creating and running a manual scenario:

Creating Vuser groups

Configuring Vusers in Vuser group.

Configuring Vuser run time settings

Configuring scripts

Setting time out intervals

Configuring Scenario run time settings

Setting the run time file location

Specifying results location

Collating results

Running scenarios and controlling Vusers:

Running entire scenario

Controlling Vuser groups

Controlling individual Vusers

Manually adding Vuser to running scenario

Manually adding Vuser to Rendezvous

Viewing Vusers during executions:

About viewing vusers during executions

Monitoring Vuser status

Viewing the output window

Viewing Vuser script log

Logging execution notes

Creating Goal Oriented scenario:

About Planning goal oriented scenario

Understanding goal oriented scenario design tab

Defining scenario goals

Assigning properties to scripts

Configuring scripts

 Monitoring and Analysis:

Online Monitoring:

About Online Monitoring

Setting up the Monitoring environment

Monitor types

Choosing Monitors and measurements in the controller

Starting the monitors in the controller

Opening online monitor graphs in the controller

Setting monitor options

 

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