ccsq.in does not appear to return a session id, nor is it required to successfully play back a script (I tried and it worked fine). Unless this is a new bug (unlikely that it would not be reported yet), OpenSTA is behaving correctly and the site is not returning a session ID nor is it being passed back to the server in either the URL or body of requests.
So the server is not sending any session ID, now shall i proceed the recoding (just browsing)the site and can get it tested with 25 VUs. Will give me a appropriate result or with out session ID we are not suppose to carry the test. pls advice.
It is not necessary that every web site use session ids to validate user sessions. There can be various means of validating users on a web site - session id, jsessionid, cookies, viewstates being a few of them.
If you are referring to the specific term 'session' then the case might be that the validating ID in case of ccsq.in might be known by some other term.
The idea here would be to look for values in the script which differs for two exact recording of your click-stream through OpenSTA.
Try it and see! Honestly, I can't tell without trying to run multi-user tests myself.
Make sure you validate the result of each primary get/post and you will quickly learn if this is working. I expect it will work fine without you having to do anything in the script to correlate session info.
i tried with 10 VUs, it runs smoothly and in the out put result "Test Summary Snapshots" only 2 users are finished. and the HHTP request column is filled with values like 300, 1200 for that particular user and the Bytes in and Bytes out are given only for that 2 users others are given as zeros. pls. help what it means.
And with the help of "Timer List" and the pivot table i got the values for Active user Vs. count and Active user Vs. Average.
Pls. advive me is the above result is enough to show the number of usr Vs. site respone