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VTS & Java
I am running Load Runner 11.52 and doing some Java scripting. I want to use the Virtual Table Server, but it appears as though it will work with all of the other protocols (C based) but not Java scripts. I would like to know if anybody has used the 2 together sucecssfully in the past, and if so, what do I need to add to my script, or what class do i need to import. I have poured through the documents and all I have found is the C based protocol information.
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Take a look at RabbitMQ in this case. It has a Java as well as a C interface available. Scalability wise it is far superior to VTS. It's open sourced and you could run it in the cloud.
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Thanks James, I have the site up and looking through it. Tom Johnson
The RabbitMQ is an interesting piece of software and will come in handy on a couple of other projects in the pipeline, but not exactly what I need for a solution in my current project. I am beginning to wonder how hard it would be to build a Java class (or sets of classes) to roll in the Virtual Table Server capability..... With only my elementary level knowledge of Java, I suspect it will be a huge task for me to do...