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(FAQ) AUTOMATION TESTING - FEW FAQ

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Explain the following functions:

 

lr_debug_message - The lr_debug_message function sends a debug message to the output log when the specified message class is set.

lr_output_message - The lr_output_message function sends notifications to the Controller Output window and the Vuser log file.

lr_error_message - The lr_error_message function sends an error message to the LoadRunner Output window.

lrd_stmt - The lrd_stmt function associates a character string (usually a SQL statement) with a cursor. This function sets a SQL statement to be processed.

lrd_fetch - The lrd_fetch function fetches the next row from the result set.

 

Types of Goals in Goal-Oriented Scenario :

 

Load Runner provides you with five different types of goals in a goal oriented scenario:

The number of concurrent Vusers

The number of hits per second

The number of transactions per second

The number of pages per minute

The transaction response time that you want your scenario

 

Analysis Scenario (Bottlenecks):

 

In Running Vuser graph correlated with the response time graph you can see that as the number of Vusers increases, the average response time of the check itinerary transaction very gradually increases. In other words, the average response time steadily increases as the load

increases. At 56 Vusers, there is a sudden, sharp increase in the average response

time. We say that the test broke the server. That is the mean time before failure (MTBF). The response time clearly began to degrade when there were more than 56 Vusers running simultaneously.

What is a function to capture dynamic values in the web vuser script ?

 

Web_reg_save_param function saves dynamic data information to a parameter.

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