Rendezvous Software Performance Testing with Loadrunner

Rendezvous Software Performance Testing is a function within LoadRunner used to simulate different virtual users waiting at a rendezvous point to gather and run at the same time. This is also called concurrency. What else can Rendezvous do?

Performance Testing – Using Correlation in LoadRunner Scripts

After you’ve done all your homework and determined user scenarios and load profiles, you fire up your performance tool and begin to simulate those scenarios. If using LoadRunner, when you record a session and then execute it, you have probably encountered errors such as “The same user can not login twice. “ or “ One user can only poll once”. When this happens, this basically blocks your performance test and stops you from moving forward. These errors occur because a server cannot accept the same user executing the same action twice because many applications are designed to have precise statistics from each individual user, so if one user logs in 10 times (as you may try to simulate in a load test), the results do not conform with what the application expects and error messages are returned. Everyone encounters these types of problems and there are numerous ways to troubleshoot them. One such method is using correlation. Correlation is a process that ...

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