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LR_Transaction_Calculation

HI All.

Can any one pls explain how this is calculated,

If a load test has to run for 4 hours with 2000 users and the average iteration is completed within 10 minutes,then how many transactions can be achieved in a minute?

The answer is 200.

can some one explain me the calculation.?

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I know nothing about what you're talking
about, so I can't, but if "LR" refers to
LoadRunner, then you would seem to be asking
about it in the wrong place. You might find
more people who care in some appropriate
forum than you will in this VMS forum.
Perhaps:

http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/home.do?forumId=1
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/familyhome.do?familyId=121
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/categoryhome.do?categoryId=915
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Since Avg Iteration is 10 mins, so total no of Iteration in 4 hours would be 24.

No of Vuser/Iteration = 2000/24

No of Transaction = (no of Vuser/Iteration * Total no of Iteration)/Avg Iteration Duration

which would come as 200.

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HI Kumar.Thank you so much for your reply.
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Steve, I think you are in the wrong forum. This is the LoadRunner forum.
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>Testing Strategies: Steve, I think you are in the wrong forum. This is the LoadRunner forum.

This thread was in the wrong forum until a moderator moved it. And now there is a duplicate:
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1483885
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