Developing a Vuser script includes the steps shown below. This topic provides an overview of the fourth step, replaying a Vuser script.
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After recording a Vuser script, you use VuGen to replay the script. This helps to test the basic functionality of the Vuser script, as well as helps you to uncover errors and issues that need to be addressed. The need for correlation is a typical issue that is revealed when you first replay a script. For details on correlation, see Correlation Overview. When the replay is successful, you are ready to enhance the script by adding load-testing functionality to the script. Such functionality could include parameterization, transactions, and rendezvous points.
- For details on how to replay a Vuser script, see How to Replay a Vuser Script.
- If you encounter problems when you replay the script, you can use VuGen's debugging functionality to help resolved the issues. For details, see Debugging Overview.
- For details on the files that VuGen creates during a script replay, see Files Generated During Replay.
- You can use bookmarks to navigate between sections of the script. For details, see Bookmarks Overview.
- You can run a Vuser script from a Windows command prompt. For details, see How to Run a Vuser Script from a Command Prompt.
- You can run a Vuser script from a Linux command line. For details, see How to Run a Vuser Script from a Linux Command Line.