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Can QTP scripts be reused in LR

can a QTP script for webservices be called in a Vugen C script. if so how.any ideas would be welcome.thanks.

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Re: Can QTP scripts be reused in LR

You can use QTP scripts in LR.

You need to use GUI virtual users protocol.

I would personally not recommend this from my past discussnios in forums, the reason being qtp does object gui level recording and LR does protocol based recording.....if you are running huge users load test, QTP can consume lot of resource memory.

Do you have LR installed?....You can refer VUGen guide for detailed info on this.
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Yes i have the LR installed. Btw i tried the webservices protocol directly. i was able to record it sucessfuly. but i have difficulty in importing the soap(XML) file. it is giving error. i need to add object values manually due to this.

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Re: Can QTP scripts be reused in LR

I suggest you to refer the help file for this process.

start>All Programs>LoadRunner>Documentation>VUGen Guide>Protocols>WebServices.

Let me know what error you get when trying to import XML..I can try to help
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Re: Can QTP scripts be reused in LR

GUI virtual users protocol is available in which version of LR. i dont see it in LR 9.1.

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Re: Can QTP scripts be reused in LR

You might be using the wrong toolkit. Try changing the toolkit being used in your script.

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