Certification Preparation for HP LoadRunner HP0M18

Cres Tech
In Noida

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Important information

  • Course
  • Noida
  • Duration:
    4 Days

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
A-72, Sector-2, 201301, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Course programme

H.P. Load Runner is a load testing product that decides application behavior, scalability, & performance. It imitates thousands of effective users, & identifies & isolates performance bottle necks across and within every tier.

This program educates the learners the basics of performance testing by use of Load Runner. By the finishing of this program, candidates will be capable to make use of Load Runner’s characteristics to mechanize performance or load tests.

This program educates the candidate to:

• converse the worth of load test
• Planning for effectual load test
• Establishing load test objectives
• Running load-test scenario
• Load & overload when executing scenario
• Analyze & interpret load test outcomes

Pre-requisites of the program are as follows:

• information of the Windows-2000 or Windows N.T. interfaces & environment
• High level information of the Web or customer/server surroundings

Proposed Audience

Quality assurance engineer, performance engineer, & novel users of Load Runner who require to load test their application and/or executive who be will be involved in any segment of load test.

The outline of the program is as follows:

• Definition Vu-Gen
• Identifying the main component of the Vu-Gen interfaces

Record for the Web

• Creating a Vu-Gen scripts by recording user steps with Vu-Gen in the web environments
• Describing the fundamentals of H.T.M.L. and U.R.L. record phases


• Identifying & configuration of the appropriate web run-time setting for replaying
• Replaying the scripts in Vu-Gen to confirm script functionality
• Recognizing the debugging of equipments accessible in Vu-Gen


• Explaining the functions of a transaction in the script
• Inserting a transaction in the scripts through & after recording

Parameters of the program:

• Explaining what parameters are & the ways they work
• Solving playback troubles with parameterizations
• Parameterize a script for load-testing

Auto Correlation After completing Recording

• Defining Correlation
• Correlation dynamic values establish by means of the Auto Correlation equipment


• Recognizing the reasons & when to make use of verification
• Identifying visual cues to confirm for throughout load testing
• Adding Text Check-points throughout & after recording


* Creating multiple Action for a web-script
* Configuring Action to obtain load testing objectives

Introducing to Script-View

• Identifying when Script-view is required
• Sending customized output messages to the Replay-Log
• Identifying basic C-code including statement, variables & functions
• Applying basic debug methods in Vu-Gen

Higher Level Scripting Methods

• Recognizing common Load Runner operations
• Recognizing protocol specific operations

Manual Correlations

• Determining when manual correlation is necessary
• Correlate dynamic values by use of creating parameter options

Auto-Correlation throughout Recording

• Creating correlation rules to auto correlation throughout recording
• Import & export correlation regulations

Introducing to Scenario

• Explaining fundamentals that make a Load Runner scenarios
• Identifying diverse kinds of scenario
• The ways to choose the scenarios
• Current basic steps for making the scenario

Scenario Executions

• Preparing for the scenario run
• Identifying methods to professionally run the scenario

Schedule the Scenarios

• Schedule by group & by scenario
• Preparing Vu-Gen User (V-user) initialization
• Configuring period scheduling
• Configuring scenario ramp-up & ramp-down

Performance Monitoring

• Values of Performance Monitor
• Selecting Performance Monitor
• Adding measurement to Performance Monitor

Outcome Analysis

• Values of root cause analysis
• Diagnosing mistakes with Load Runner
• Meaningful interpretation of Load Runner graph

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