You can install additional components that provide advanced features for working with LoadRunner. The setup files are located in the Additional Components folder inside the root folder of the LoadRunner installation DVD or download folder.
The table below indicates which additional components are available, and where you should install each component:
|Agent for Citrix Server||SetupCitrixAgent.exe||
Installs the Citrix Agent which enhances VuGen’s capabilities in identifying Citrix client objects during Citrix protocol record and replay. For installation instructions, see Install the LoadRunner Citrix Agent on the Citrix Server (Optional).
The agent also enables you to use additional Citrix API functions.
|Agent for Microsoft Terminal Server||SetupMSTerminalAgent.exe||Installs a utility that enhances the RDP protocol’s recording mechanism in VuGen. For installation instructions, see Installing the Microsoft Terminal Server Agent.||RDP server|
|Assembly Crawler for Analysis API||AssemblyCrawlerConsole.exe||Installs a command-line utility to build a .NET configuration file for a LoadRunner Analysis API application. For more information, open the Analysis API Reference from the Start > Documentation menu on the LoadRunner machine (not available with VuGen Standalone).||LoadRunner Analysis machine|
|HostID Generator||Host ID Generator tool, licidgenerator.exe||Opens the Host ID Generator utility that displays the computer’s Host ID. This is useful when requesting a license.
||LoadRunner Controller machine|
|HP NV (Network Virtualization)||
|Installs HP Network Virtualization for the Controller or load generator machine.
||LoadRunner Controller and load generator machines|
|Installs add-ins for Visual Studio or Eclipse enabling you to create Vuser scripts in your standard development environment using the LoadRunner API. This integration also allows you to run the test directly from Visual Studio or Eclipse, to test its functionality.
||Visual Studio / Eclipse machine with VuGen|
|IDE Add-Ins Dev||
Setup files for developer add-ins for Visual Studio 2010/ 2012 and Eclipse, enabling you to create NUnit or JUnit tests in your standard development environment using the LoadRunner API.
|Visual Studio or Eclipse machine with VuGen|
Allows you to create and distribute custom LoadRunner protocols.
|Any machine with VS 2012 and WiX Toolset 3.8 or higher|
|Executable files for several platforms||Starts the Mongoose Web server to provide mobile functionality.
||Mobile AUT backend server|
For details, see How to Configure the SAP Environment.
|VuGen machine with SAPGUI client|
|Third Parties||Source files||The folder contains the source code of some third party software components which are being used in LoadRunner.||N/A|
|Virtual Table Server||SetupVTS.exe||
Virtual Table Server (VTS) offers an alternative to standard LoadRunner parameterization. For details, see Parameterizing Overview.
The following LoadRunner standalone applications are available in the DVD/Standalone Applications folder.
Installs LoadRunner Analysis as a standalone application. Install this to open LoadRunner results and create graphs and reports on a separate machine. For details, see Introducing Analysis.
Installs the LoadRunner agent on the machine in order to run load tests. After you install this software, you access this machine from the Controller. For details, see Load Generators .
Installs the HP MI Listener, which servers as a router between the Controller and the LoadRunner agent. For details, see How to Set Up Your LoadRunner System Over Firewalls.
|Monitors Over Firewall||SetupMoFW.exe||
Installs the HP Monitors Over Firewall component, allowing you to monitor servers located over a firewall. For details, see How to Set Up Your LoadRunner System Over Firewalls.
Installs LoadRunner TruClient as a standalone application. Install this to tool to record Web applications with TruClient technology. You save the recordings to a script that can be used in a LoadRunner test run. For details, see TruClient Overview.
Installs LoadRunner Virtual User Generator (VuGen) as a standalone application, allowing you to create scripts for a load test. For details, see Introducing VuGen.