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How can I implement Load Runner in this scenario
I have two different machine
1.OGOne independent machine)One who create order,it is a machine from where client create his order to be placed.
2.ORMOne independent machine)This is a order manager who takes the order from OG and process them on the basis of its protocols and sent to the sale agent machines.
3.AM:Agent machines who takes orders from ORM.(Its a pool of machines)
I want to analyze the ORM but I do not know where I can put my Load Runner so that I can analyze the throughput,processing ,memory and other things of ORM,because I need to create orders from OG so where I can record my scripts and where I can run them.
kindly suggest a solution ......I am a new born baby in performance area.
Re: How can I implement Load Runner in this scenario
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Training plus mentoring for your first three engagements with a mature performance test professional is the path to success.
Your Solution requires a queueing mechanism to pass data created in one business process/virtual user to another business process/virtual user. This is quite the sophisticated use of the tool and should be undertaken only with mature skills involved.
HP offers a toolset to help with this process in the form of Virtual Table Server. You need to make sure your 'C' programming skills are sharply focused to make use of the solution. Others here have mentioned a solution which involves the use of MYSQL from a source in Australia.
You might also consider pre-staging your data at various production and consumption points in your application and using standard users to feed and consume without a broker to pass information between users.
I note that you are coming from a functional automation background using SilkTest. Unless you have cultivated your client-side architectural eye you will likely struggle with LoadRunner. Most of the script and conversation occurs at a different level of the OSI model than is the case with functional automation tools - This is an area where those coming from functional automation backgrounds struggle severely, hence the critical need for training and mentoring.
If your management has simply tossed you into this area in a "sink or swim" model, then now is the time to approach them with a professional development plan for becoming a performance tester including confirmation of your core skills, the above mentioned training plus mentoring. The HP product training is very consistent, but it is product focused. Mentoring is essential in the process arena to ensure that you are building sound, defensible, repeatable performance tests. If your management is unwilling to consider the path of success, then you would be wise to consider their committment to the success of the team or project.
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