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    where to find the parameters that has participated on the test during/after running the test on the controller? i.e. which parameters has been used on the test?
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    Re: parameters

    Very confusing your question is.... Answer there may be, but uncertainty it is now.
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    Re: parameters

    what I mean , where can I check the parameter values which has been used by the controller during the test. " I can't be more clear".
    There is an output log file per Vu, but it doesn't make sense to check the output log for each of the 1000 Vusers to see what values has been used.
    is there is any suggestions

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    Re: parameters

    Perhaps if you specified why you need to check this, it might be easier to come up with a recommendation.

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    Re: parameters

    So, you want the controller parameters, the generator parameters, the driver parameters or the virtual user parameters? Have you looked at the contents of the saved .lrs file to see if the parameter information you seek related to the controller and/or the generators is contained inside that file?
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    Re: parameters

    Ah! I think I (might) know what you are asking. Are you trying to find out which parameter VALUES have been used during a scenario run? Perhaps because it is consumable data, and that will tell you which parameter values need to be replaced for next time?

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    Re: parameters

    To view the Param List from the controller which u have given script. The procedure is

    Controller --> In ScenarioGroups, Select and Heilight the script --> VuSers --> Details --> ParamList

    If u want to see which param is taking then u have to enable the log in Runtime settings

    Options are
    1: Enable "Always send Messages"
    2: Enable "Extended Log"
    3: Enable "Paramater Substituation"

    Whenever the parameter substitiued, In the Log file we able to see the which parameter substitued .

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    Re: parameters

    Peter thanx for interpreting my question
    sba786 Thank you so much, I used lr_message("Parameter Value= %s",lr_eval_string("{ID}");
    for the log I enabled "Always send Messages"
    with "Standard Log" , even though this still slowing the test a little bit.
    for the controller , I could check the results by
    click on Vusers-->mouse right click and choose "Show Vuser Log".
    or by going to the results directory and checking the log file there.
    Sba786 thanx again for your help

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    Re: parameters

    If I understand the question right,

    Vugen-->Runtimesettings-->Log-->Extendedlog-->Parameter substitution.

 

 

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