LoadRunner Interview Questions #13

LoadRunner Interview Question 13

Following are the LoadRunner Interview Questions Set #13.

Q. 61 What are Monitors?

Ans: The in-built monitors of Performance Center or controller helps to keep the eyes on the result of the performance test during test execution. There are many types of client and server-side monitors are available in the LoadRunner. In addition, some external monitoring tools like Micro Focus SiteScope can also be integrated with LoadRunner/Performance Center to get more crisp details of the server performance.


Q. 62 What are the different types of goals in Goal-Oriented Scenario?

Ans: LoadRunner has five different types of goals in Goal-Oriented Scenario. These are:

  1. Virtual Users
  2. Hits per second
  3. Transactions per second
  4. Pages per minute
  5. Transaction response time

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Q. 63 What is the difference between Overlay graph and Correlate graph?

Ans: The main difference is:

  1. Overlay Graph: It will overlay the content of two graphs that share a common x-axis
  2. Correlate Graph: It will plot the Y-axis of two graphs against each other.

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Q. 64 You want to have each step in your script measured as a transaction in the report. How can you accomplish this?

Ans: This can be done by Runtime setting. For this purpose you need to navigate:

Runtime Settings -> Miscellaneous -> Automatic Transactions -> Define each step as a transaction (Checkmark this option)


Q. 65 You want to have each action in your script measured as a transaction in the report. How can you accomplish this?

Ans: This can be done by Runtime setting. For this purpose you need to navigate:

Runtime Settings -> Miscellaneous -> Automatic Transactions -> Define each action as a transaction (Checkmark this option)


2 Responses

  1. Chalapathi says:

    how to select last but one value from correlation parameter list . the parameter list is vary for each user but we want to select last one value from the correlation parameter list.

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