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Is there a way to consolidate the results obtained from two different Performance Centers.

Hi Folks,

 

My company has license for Performance Center and we have installed Performance Center in the machines in two different locations. Each Performance center has license for 750 Vusers. In our test scenrios, we need to genearate 1000 vUsers. So we are planning to use two performance centers to generate the user load.

My question is; can we consolidate the results we get in two different Performance Centers?
Does Performance Center application provide a way to merge the results from two different Performance centers installed in differnet machines?
If 'Yes', please guide us how can we do that.

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Re: Is there a way to consolidate the results obtained from two different Performance Centers.

I dont know about consolidating the results in PC but I read this one the other day that might help you:

http://www.myloadtest.com/loadrunner-analysis-sql-query/

I have not played with it yet but if this stuff still stands then you should be able to extract both Test runs results into a third data store of your liking to play with.

The reason this court my eye is we use a MySQL instance for our test data source and also capture some transaction informatoin into it, which all comes out in a nice combined PHP report.

But our reports at the moment are havle from PHP and havle from HP Analysis. the styles are different and it would be faster to just beable to File > Save As > pdf from our PHP page
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