Performance Testing using Load. Runner - Kamran Khan .
What’s new in Load. Runner 1. 1. 5. 0? This release was originally going to be called Load. Runner 1. 2. 0. 0, but this would have put it out of step with the version numbers for ALM/Quality Center and QTP, which might have created some marketing confusion.
Performance Testing using HP LoadRunner Download latest version from: http://chromeis.com/loadrunner/.
Significant R& D effort has been spent on Vu. Gen, with only bug fixes (or very minor functionality) for Load. Runner Analysis and the Controller. Those of us who participated in the Beta program have already been playing with the new Vu.
List of Lode Runner games; Title Year released Platforms Developer(s) Publisher(s) Comments; Lode Runner: 1983: Apple II: Douglas E. LoadRunner 11.50 was released on June 5th, during HP Discover 2012 in Las Vegas. This release was originally going to be called LoadRunner 12.00, but this would have. Many of you already know that we have started the . In this series we already covered two tutorials on.
Gen for the last 9 months, and should be fairly familiar with these changes, so this article is for those of you who missed out. As with all major Load. Runner releases, I will be recommending that my clients download the new version to play with, but that they delay using it for real projects until the first Feature Pack is released (let someone else find the bugs). Obviously you should never upgrade in the middle of a project. New Vu. Gen. Vu. Gen was really showing its age as a development environment, so HP R& D in Israel has spent a huge amount of effort in developing an (almost) completely new Vu. Gen. Vu. Gen 1. 1.
IDE called Sharp. Develop (similar to Visual Studio .
NET). The Sharp. Develop IDE will be the basis for several of HP’s software testing products, including Quick. Test Pro, Service Test, and Service Virtualization Designer. Being an IDE for . NET languages meant that HP had to do a lot of work to make it support C, and to integrate the existing recording and script generation functionality. Some old user interface components from Vu. Gen like the Parameter and Runtime Settings windows have been re- used, but the majority of the user interface has been refreshed. It should be noted that the scripts that are created with Vu.
Gen 1. 1. 5. 0 are still much the same as those created with Vu. Gen 1. 1. 0. 0. The scripts still have the same files and directory structure, and they are still run by the mmdrv. It is just the development environment that has changed. Some things that you will notice: New user interface. Sharp. Develop has given HP a lot of nice functionality here like dockable windows, code completion, etc. New program icons, new syntax highlighting colours. Tree View has been removed, replaced with Step Navigator.
A debugger for C has been added, which should give better visibility of the code than just the parameter values and log messages that were visible at runtime previously. Enhancements to Web vusers. Better support for Ajax polling types, including Poll, Long Poll and Push. Improved correlation studio, which will no longer require you to replay before finding correlations. A Data Format Extension (DFE) has been added for Google Web Toolkit (GWT). This makes the serialized RPC data easier to read and correlate. Tru. Client. There is now a Tru.
Client for Internet Explorer, so it will now be possible to use Tru. Client on IE- only web applications.
Note that this still just includes HTML + Java. Script websites; it does not mean that this vuser type suddenly supports Active. X objects (or Flash, or Java Applets, etc.). Tru. Client IE is less mature than Tru. Client Firefox, it is approximately feature- equalvalent to the version of Tru.
- My machines had been recently upgraded with.NET Framework 4.0, after which it seemed all QTP tests were failing, when they had run just.
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Client that shipped with Load. Runner 1. 1. 0. 2 (Feature Pack 2). Tru. Client IE was developed as an add- in for IE 9, so will not work on earlier versions of IE. This version of IE was the first version to expose enough of the DOM to be usable by a Tru. Client- style vuser.
Note that your web application must support IE9 in “standard mode”. Some features have also been added to Tru. Client Firefox. These include. The ability to specify think time. The ability to set HTTP headers.
URL filters. Event handlers, which can automatically handle intermittent pop- up windows, etc. Web page breakdown graphs have been added to Tru. Client (visible in Load. Runner Analysis). Previously they were only available for standard web vusers. Other Enhancements. Better support for Adobe Flex.
A new “RTMP” protocol has been added.