Loading/Saving Run-Time settings
Is there a way to save the Run-time settings?
In a config file or something similar.
I am trying to avoid to set my specific run-time settings every time I create a new script. I also want to avoid modifying the "Pacing" tab everytime I create a new action or want to try something new.
Other tools (not necessarilly Load Testing tools) offer the ability to save your seetings in a file.
For example, I want to Save a settings file where I am using IE as my browser emulator, and I want a different settings file where NS is my browser emulator.
Is there a way to do that from thre Virtual User Generator. ( I know in the Controller I can create diff, scenarios)
Sory for the long message, but I wanted to make sure I explained the reason I need I settings file =)
Re: Loading/Saving Run-Time settings
There are ways to default a great number of values and parameters for virtual users, by taking advantage of the template used to create the virtual user type in question.
Which virtual user type are you referring to? You should be able to find the template for that virtual user in the \<lodrunner home directory>\templates subdirectory. If you have trouble modifying the appropriate template for your virtual user type, let me know and I will work out the steps for the particular user type you are interested in defaulting many values for.
You could even create seperate templates for IE and Netscape web virtual users. The values for the run-time settings dialog are in many cases contained within the .usp and .cfg files in the home directory for the virtual user. If you are simply trying to swap run time settings between browser types you may want to have a process which populates the .cfg and .usp files with the appropriate settings.
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