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Manual Extraction of PC (9.52) data & testing artefacts - for platform decommission)

Hi folks, my current client has an instance of PC9.52 to be decommissioned. The current view is to extract all the testing artefacts (scenarios/scripts and 12 months of historical test results). My targets for extraction (or even extracted reports/SQL queries): List of projects that correspond to the file server project folders All scripts corresponding to each project Scripts assigned to scenarios Scenario details Scenario runtime settings Associated results Access to the SQL server & file server has been granted to facilitate this activity. Thanks in advance, Mike

Mike Constantinou, ISTQB
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Re: Manual Extraction of PC (9.52) data & testing artefacts - for platform decommission)

Hi Mike.


In PC 9.52, the data is stored at LRFS folder and MI_LRDB database, if you want to extract all data that you want, you can take from them.

LRFS folder: C:\Program Files\HP\Performance Center\LRFS

You can refer this document about the structure of LRFS folder: https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM190525





Chau Nguyen | SW Technical Support Consultant.
LoadRunner and Performance Center

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