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GUI v/s HTTP/HTL Scripting

1. Is the Oracle Web Applications 11i protocol using GUI method a stable and reliable protocol? As I have read on various forums that users should refrain from using GUI scripting for large applications. As it works sometimes and at other times it fails on a different machine.

2. The GUI protocol is a very resource intensive protocol, 50 vusers utilise 12% of CPU. So is there anyway by changing, any settings,etc. to make this protocol scalable as we need to run a load test of 1600 concurrent users. Is this possible with GUI scripting using around4-5 machines?


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Re: GUI v/s HTTP/HTL Scripting

Yes, GUI protocol has a bit more foot print compared to traditional html/http protocol. If there is no dynamic values in your application (which we can correlate with ease), I would recommend to go with html/http protocol only.

There is no way to decrease the footprint, as it takes client machine resources to execute the Java script functions.

-Madhu
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Re: GUI v/s HTTP/HTL Scripting

Thats true, I dont recommend GUI protocol if you are doing a high volume load test.

In GUI, you are re-using the qtp-scripts and business flows. QTP does an object level recording; LR does protocol based recording.

I recommend you to try recording your application using Oracle E-Biz protocol (Oracle Web applications 11i protocol and check how it works.

Let me know, if you have any questions.

~Shiva

You can probably add few more load generators to inject the 1600 VUsers load.

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