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LR 6.5 and Java RMI?
User (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
I am about to start testing a WebLogic Server -based service. I am
targeting the service engine itself, so I will not have a usable GUI
in place. Testing should ideally be done using Java RMI (native java
Question is, is this doable with NT-based LR 6.5?
I also fear that the actual production setup will have two solaris WL
machines doing RMI over a closed lan, whereas my testing would be via
intranet. Will this in any case incur significant performace hits
Java RMI? That would mean that we need to get another loadtesting
solution (probably proprietary coding =( )
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Re: LR 6.5 and Java RMI?
Java-RMI is doable with LoadRunner 6.x and 7.x. If I am not mistaken support ships in the box for LoadRunner 6.5 and above for Java-RMI. I have not had to tackle an RMI loadtest myself but I have a number of colleagues who have.
Their comments to me regarding the engagements, "if you know Java, then J-RMI vuser is not difficult." Where they ran into problems were with testers who had no Java expertise.
In the VUGEN, select File\New. In the resulting dialog select the E-business user types and you should see RMI-Java listed.
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