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    How to assign a single round to each Virtual User?

    Hi,

    I am new to WebLoad. I want to few things about execution of a script/agenda in WebLoad.
    1) How does it decide the no of rounds for a single agenda?
    Does it depend on the time which is specified to run the agenda?
    2) If I have a script and I want to execute it using WebLoad console for 5 Virtual User and I want the script to b run just single round for each virtual user. In this case the script should b run 5 times because there are only 5 Virtual users.
    3) How can we come to know the script has an error for a particular virtual user?

    Please guide me.

    Thanks in Advance

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    Re: How to assign a single round to each Virtual User?

    Here some of my thoughts:

    1. The number of rounds cannot be set. If you set the duration of the run to 1 minute. The virtual client will continuously iterate until the end of the duration.

    2. Why would you want it to run for only one round each? You will not be assured that the 5 virtual clients will run all at the same time.

    see this thread for setting a specific number of rounds:
    http://www.sqaforums.com/showflat.ph...e=1#Post444161

    3. You will need to add functional verification to your script.
    Go to Tools > Current/Default Session Options > Functional Testing

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    Re: How to assign a single round to each Virtual User?

    After the first iteration put a very long sleep (think time).
    When loggin the error, you can log threadnum/roundnum. Using that you find the error thrown by a VUser.
    Morty

 

 

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