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Integrate Java utility with the controller

Hi
I have a java utility code which fetch all the transactions with response time from HTML Testsummary sheet and put it into a pre-defined excel format.

However, now i want to further enhance this utility. I want to integrate it with the controller, such that after running conroller scenario, controller should invoke the JAVA code(Batch file) which in turn prepare the excel. Hence, it will save manual efforts.

Please suggest me some way to achieve this task.

Thanks.
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Re: Integrate Java utility with the controller

If i understand correctly, you can run the Batch file using Post Collate command.
-Madhu
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Re: Integrate Java utility with the controller

I am using loadrunner 8.1, can we use Post Collate Command in 8.1?

If yes, then how, can you please give a idea?
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Re: Integrate Java utility with the controller

No, this feature is available only in LR95 or later. We have also exposed the Analysis API in LR95. Using that, you can extract all data and create the graphs without even depending (mostly) on Analysis.

-Madhu
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Re: Integrate Java utility with the controller

Madhu,

I have Performance Center Scenario, Could I invoke that from a java utility or xml utility. Could I also take the results without using Analysis tool?

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