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Pattern Method

Pattern Method

This is a method of understanding the pattern of the graphs by analysing and comparing them and then conclude the result. This method consists of two parts: Pattern Analysis Pattern Comparison The best example to understand the Pattern Method is a Soak Test which helps to find out the memory leakage in the application. Soak…
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Extrapolation Method - ComCorDEEPT

Extrapolation Method

As per definition, Extrapolate refers to extend the application of (a method or conclusion) to an unknown situation by assuming that existing trends will continue or similar methods will be applicable. In Performance Testing, Extrapolation is required when an application is tested on a scaled-down environment with lesser number of users. As per the capacity…
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Eliminate Method - ComCorDEEPT

Eliminate Method

Eliminate method leads to filter out certain requests, transactions or components from the list of culprits which cause performance issue. In the previous post, you read about the Drill Down method where we got an issue and continue the investigation until we got the root cause. But what will you do when you get more…
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Drill Down Method - ComCorDEEPT

Drill Down Method

Drill down method is used to concentrate on one bottleneck at a time and narrow down the focus to a component by drilling down till you get exact root cause. It is pretty much like starting your investigation at one point and drilling down further to see what exactly is the problem. This method can…
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Correlate Method - ComCorDEEPT

Correlate Method

You would have been used the correlation for dynamic values while preparing scripts in Micro Focus LoadRunner. Have you ever heard about graph correlation?┬áIf your answer is No then refer to Graph Correlation post first. Because Graph correlation is a base of ‘Correlate Method’. Graph correlation is a perfect feature of Micro Focus Analysis tool…
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Compare Method - ComCorDEEPT

Compare Method

As per ComCorDEEPT technique, ‘Compare’ is the first and foremost method of Performance Test Result Analysis. ‘Compare’ method is a simple way to match the defined NFRs with the actual result. For Example, if the defined response time NFR for a Login page is 5 seconds and you observed the actual response time during load…
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