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In Loadrunner, getting same number of transactions for any number of users load.

In Loadrunner, getting same number of transactions for any number of users load.

Even the scanrio settings are same.

for 3,6,12 users load...the same number of transactions. Transaction response time is also same for all the loads.

Can someone please suggest in this regard?
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Re: In Loadrunner, getting same number of transactions for any number of users load.

I guess we can go for goal oriented scenario.
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Re: In Loadrunner, getting same number of transactions for any number of users load.

Please check if the transactions are being queued. The response time or the transaction rate might not change with number of users if the requests are being queued and/or, are not failing.
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Re: In Loadrunner, getting same number of transactions for any number of users load.

What are the scenario settings set to ?
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Re: In Loadrunner, getting same number of transactions for any number of users load.

It seems that the operation is not being performed in the back-end and just the script is getting executed. Make sure that your application is getting executed completely. Some of the transactions might not be executed though the script gets executed without any issues or errors.
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