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Can Controller set the Schedule ?

Can Controller set the Schedule ?

EX...I have 2 Scenaio A and B . I add Scenaio A and B in Scenario Group.


1...If I Run scenario A finish...Can Scenario B can run after scenario A finish? How can I set it ?


2...Can I set time to run for Scenaio A and B ? Ex...I run Scenaio A at 3 A.M. and run Scenario B at 9 A.M. How can I set it ?


3...If I set schedule to run Scenario B after scenario A finish and then if Scenaio A is Fail. Can I stop to Load Scenario B in case of Scenario A is Fail..but if Scenario A is pass,I will run Scenario B.

How can I set it ?
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Re: Can Controller set the Schedule ?

As of my knowledge there is such possibility in Controller. You only have an option to ramp up the vusers after a certain time delay by scheduling the scenario in such a way that the no. of vusers to be joined after a specified interval. The only way is you need to go for two separate groups and run manually one after the other.
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Re: Can Controller set the Schedule ?

Hi,

To run the scenario in groups you can schedule them through Start Group Under Scenario Schedule.
You can certainly set GroupB to run after Group A finishes by setting
click on Group B in the Scenario groups and then click on Scneario Schedule->Start Group-> Start Group "group A" finishes.

Not sure on the failure factor,might have to think of exception handling.
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