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LoadRunner GUI timings

Hi,

I have a Delphi client /server based application. I am currently using MSSQL database protocol, but would like to record the script in functional way(Button Clicks). I have searched and found that this can only be achieved using GUI Virtual users where to record script in QTP and then execute on LR. Is this only way out?
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Re: LoadRunner GUI timings

Do you want to test functionality or performance?
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Re: LoadRunner GUI timings

I want to capture client timings of executing the code as well. I do understant that it will be client hardware specifc. In other words, i want to record as functional test and run as performance test. This is due to the fact that while recording in database protocol, if there are changes in procs, then either i have to tackle them manually, or even worse re cord. But while recording from a functional point , the procs calling would be handled by lr. Lets say on click of a button, 2 stored procs at db are called. Now if lr could record the button event and replay it, the number of procs can change in other build but wont affect my script. In this complete correlation would need to be done by lr, as that part will be captured at runtime, which should pose issues.
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Re: LoadRunner GUI timings

Go with QTP script or Citric/RDP protocols.
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