What is RDR files in Load runner? What is Scenario Configuration in Load runner
Re: RDR files
Please have a look at the posting guidelines for your further posts and for suggestions to this post.
Re: RDR files
... and given that it appears that you are studying or preparing for an interview:
... it would be best for you to arrange for training and/or a strong mentor.
WHO IS THIS FORUM FOR?
Trained** and experienced users seeking,
1) solutions not available through the usual means, and
2) are willing to search this forum for answers, and/or
3) are tenacious self-starters, and/or
4) are resourceful, and/or
5) wanting to share tips/tricks, and/or
6) seeking information supplemental to formal training, and/or
7) have a background that easily translates to this discipline, and/or
8) are patient and understand they may or may not get an answer from volunteers, and/or
9) have LEGAL copies of LoadRunner!
**Trained = formally trained or self-taught and able to record, correlate, and parameterize scripts. Should know at least one protocol, and - how to determine what protocol is required for a given application. Must understand and be eager to use all the available help resources.
WHO IS THIS FORUM NOT FOR?
1) seeking interactive training, or
2) operating with illegal copies of LoadRunner, or
3) who think they are exempt from the posting guidelines, or
4) who cannot pick up a User's Guide or refer to online help, or
5) those who have an opportunity for training and forego it, or
6) those who expect an answer and are adamant that their question is answered rapidly.
Yeah, but what if my manager gave me LoadRunner and expects me to learn it overnight (practically) and produce results?
Send your manager here and we will be happy to educate your manager. Please forewarn your manager that the education may be harsh - but will be factual!
NOTE! LoadRunner has a long learning curve. If you cannot get training, find an experienced and strong mentor. The best possible path to create a high probability that you and your customer will be successful and happy [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] - is to get formal training. Really, there are no shortcuts to learning this elegant and complex tool.
Learning LoadRunner alone does not make one a performance tester or performance engineer. One should get training in the concepts of performance testing - irrespective of the tool used to conduct such testing.
WHY are some of you so tough on certain posters like newbies?
Answer: This is an elegant tool that requires established skills in performance testing along with a certain level of knowledge about this tool. In the wrong hands, there might be victims of misuse due to lack of training. We do not need victims. If a customer of this tool / service has a bad experience as a result an untrained user, the victims will probably lose faith in this tool and ultimately, via word of mouth reduce its perceived value around the globe. That reduction in value will ripple negatively into the domain of those performance engineers who are well-trained and/or well-versed and seasoned in tools of this nature. The impact will ultimately result in fewer opportunities for the performance engineer to truly help a customer. The potential customer will be less likely to pay for a service and tool that can otherwise save them lots of pain and money.
THE BOTTOM LINE
For many of us, this tool is a valuable asset and a big part of our lives. We will stand strong in protecting its value. Please be grateful that some of us will defend the legitimate user community. Consider this an investment in your future.