How do we find out the dynamic values to be correlated?
Can anyone please explain How do we find out the dynamic values to be correlated? and Also how do we identify the left boundary and right boundary for correlation and where should this script be placed?
Great question. Have you been to product training, from an HP Certified instructor using HP Materials? The reason why I ask is because correlation is roughly 1/3 of the course material for a five day course in web virtual user development.
This is also a pretty common question, covering at least 4000 questions over the past decade. Have you had an opportunity to research this issue on Google, Bing, Yahoo, ...?
This is also covered as part of the tutorial which ships with the tool, and by extension the manuals. The manuals cover is conceptually and also for each and every virtual user type.
And, check out this link to a podcast on the topic, Episode #35 Dynamic Data Correlation | PerfBytes
You've definitely asked the right questions.
Originally Posted by SapnaAshok
It's the specifics that are the problem. In a perfect world, you would be sitting next to the app's developer who could tell you everything that was dynamic, and you would also have a good familiarity with much of it yourself. In practice you often have a few educated guesses, then keep running vugen as you stumble onto more and more dynamic values. And they will sometimes have nonsensical or even identical names.
As for the left and right boundaries, that will come pretty quickly with a little experience. If you walk through it in the debugger a few times you will see what is being captured.
thank you, shall check out these.