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Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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Hi,

       Is there a way to execute HP Performance Center performance tests through command line? I am using HP Performance Center 11.

       I saw the option for executing performance tests through command line on a stand alone controller - 

Wlrun.exe -Run -TestPath "C:\Program Files\HP\LoadRunner\scenario\Scenario1.lrs" -ResultName "C:\Program Files\HP\LoadRunner\scenario\LRResult"

 

      Is there anything similar that can be used for HP Performance Center?

 

 

Thanks!

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Re: Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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Hi Shavan,

For running in CI / CD process, make a try using running scenario using REST API. This can help you to execute test directly without login into performance center.

I dont think there is any option available to run via command prompt even in recent performance center versions.

Regards,

Mahesh

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Re: Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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I couldn't find this option from PC Admin Guide Either.

 

Where did you get this command, which you used in Controller?

any where documented? So, please refer in the same guide.

 

You can refer Page 195 & 205 (PC Admin guide) for any info, but nothing much useful to your query.

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Re: Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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Damus,

I found this on one of the blogs that I was browsing. Nothing on Performance Center though.

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Re: Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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Richa,

 

I did some R&D over here, I couldn't find Info related to such requirement.

 

May be right Way to reach out HP, but if nothing is in HP- PC Documentation, you know what the answer you will get.

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Re: Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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Hi,

I want to open this discussion again since I have a requirement to run performance center from command line.

This post was quite old so I assume the newer versions of Performance Center might have included this feature.

I am using Performance Center 12.55 and we have a requirement to run the test as part of our octopus continuous deployment process.

Any thoughts regarding the above is much appreciated.

 

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Re: Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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Hi Shavan,

For running in CI / CD process, make a try using running scenario using REST API. This can help you to execute test directly without login into performance center.

I dont think there is any option available to run via command prompt even in recent performance center versions.

Regards,

Mahesh

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Re: Executing HP Performance Center from command line

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I tried the REST API's and they are really quite handy to login and execute the test in Performance Center.

Thanks Mahesh, much appreciated.

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