Running a Scenario - LoadRunner

Once you have designed your scenario, you are ready to run it. You can control the Vusers and Vuser groups and monitor their performance online using the Run view of the LoadRunner Controller. During scenario execution, you use the Scenario Groups pane in the Run view to monitor the actions of all the Vusers and Vuser groups in the scenario. The Status field of each Vuser group displays the current state of each Vuser in the group.

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You can also manipulate individual Vusers within the Vuser groups you have defined by selecting a group and clicking the Vusers button. The Vusers dialog box appears, with a list of the ID, Status, Script, Load Generator, and Elapsed Time (since the beginning of the scenario) for each of the Vusers in the group. In addition, you can view a synopsis of the running scenario in the box in the upper-right corner of the Run view.

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Note that you can detach the Scenario Status window from the Run view, thereby enlarging the Scenario Groups pane. While the scenario runs, the Vusers and load generators send error, notification, warning, debug, and batch messages to the Controller. You can view these messages in the Output window (View > Show Output).

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You use the online monitors and online monitor graphs to monitor Vuser status, transactions, system resources, database server resources, Web server resources, Web application server resources, network delay, streaming media resources, firewall server resources, ERP/CRM server resources, Java performance, J2EE transaction breakdown, application deployment resources, middleware performance, application component resources, and infrastructure resources while running a scenario.


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