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How to capture message from one system to anather during performance test

Hi,

I have to capture message send between system under test while my test is running in controller. What kind of code i can write in my script to achieve this?

Thank you all for your help!

Dan
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Re: How to capture message from one system to anather during performance test

Do you mean to collect data from one script and send it to another script during test execution in controller?

If yes then you need to use Mercury VTS.

you can search knowledge base for more details

regards,
praveen
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Re: How to capture message from one system to anather during performance test

Hi,

What exactlyo you want to do?
You want to capture msg from script and get it in log or result output?
Or you want to send message to script during test? Or you want to send test data to script when application under test?

I am bit confused. Can you please let me know so we can help you in this?


Thank
Ajay
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Re: How to capture message from one system to anather during performance test

Thanks,

Yes I want to capture msg from script and get it in log or result output?

Thank you
Dinesh
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Re: How to capture message from one system to anather during performance test

web_reg_save_param, look it up the Vugen Function Reference under Help
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