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    C++ and Cobol Protocols

    Hello,

    Can any one help me in this issue.

    Will Load Runner support C++ and Cobol protocols.

    When Iam looking into protocols list in VUGen there is no C++ and cobol protocols.

    If I want to do Load Test for the Applications C++ and Cobol. How to do load testing for these applications?

    Is there any other protocols will support to C++ and Cobol.

    Thanks,
    Sree
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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    You are confusing languages with Protocols.

    C++|Cobol = Language

    DBLib | HTML | OCLib | .... = Protocols

    What type of backend server does your application communicate with?
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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    My Application is written in C++ and Cobol language. It is using SonicJMS4.3 as protocol as a Network Protocol, can I do load test with this protocol.

    Please help me
    sree

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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    Try Winsock.....
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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    Hi,

    If i have client code on Java for c++ and cobol applications, can I use that code in load runner by taking protcol as Java vuser.

    Any sugesstions, if we do like that what are the problems?
    sree

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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    So, is your application written in C++, Cobol, or Java? I am confused? Your message based protocol appears to have a Java base, but you indicate your front end is C or COBOL.

    Realistically in a case like this I would usually hook up a protocol analyzer to the network coming out of the back of the client and look to see which application/presentation layer protocol is in use. For all we know, your SonicJMS messages may be embedded in an HTML stream...

    SonicJMS would not be a network protocol. It may be an Application layer protocol, or simply an API which has a standard Presentation layer protocol (i.e. HTTP/s) underneath, but we can't tell for sure. If we knew where SonicJMS sat on the OSI model and what it is wrapped in for shipment between client and server, we would have a much better idea on how to test the environment.

    Grab a protocol analyzer. Grab someone with expertise with a protocol analyzer. Take a look at which presentation layer protocol your client is generating. Match that to what is available in LoadRunner VUGEN. If nothing is available in the VUGEN, then you will have to take advantage of either a template style solution (C, Java, VB, etc, ...) a DLL-type of virtual user (see the advanced section for the creation of Virtual Users, Creating Virtual Users with Visual Studio and C++) or WinSock.
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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    Hi,

    Ok Here is my situation. My application consists of two API's c++ and Cobol. And my network protocol is SonicJMS.

    In this case can i write Java client code and do my Load testing or definately I need to use Winsoc protocol.

    Can you please help me in this scenaairo.
    sree

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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    Ack! Wrong answer. SonicJMS is not a Network Protocol. IP,IPX, NetBEUI and VinesIP are examples of network protocols. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200.00. Go directly to training.

    In a case like this I use a protocol analyzer to determine the proper protocol to record against, or I go to Winsock and analyze the stream as recorded.
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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    what i think is, he was mentioning about the protocol used for co mmunication as network protocol!!!!

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    Re: C++ and Cobol Protocols

    if your objective is through front end client,then you need winsock else java code for it.

 

 
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