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Push Notification from server

Hi Friends,

Can you please help me with below problem,

while doing a business flow, our mobile application put a post notfication to server.  then user can continue with his actvities or can wait. server will respond back as a push notfication to device once it has the update from the third party systems. So when we script we can see the post request as below

web_custom_request("OrderRequest",
"URL=https://blah.com/OrderRequest/",
"Method=POST",
"Resource=0",
"RecContentType=text/plain",
"Referer=",
"Snapshot=t16.inf",
"Mode=HTTP",
"EncType=application/json",
"Body={blah, blah}",
LAST);

And a another download acknoldgment going from the device once the order downloaded.  to do the next step of  the business flow i need get values in the order downloaded(notfication),

is it possible to do this using load runner? how can we mimic this is in loadrunner.? if we need to use Asynchronous Communication for this, what it would be poll, long-poll or push. will it be accruate simulation.

Any help you can provide is much apperciated. Thanks.

 

 

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Re: Push Notification from server

Hello, 

Sure LoadRunner could simulate the asynchronous behaviors. you can read this article to get start:

http://community.hpe.com/t5/LoadRunner-and-Performance/Testing-asynchronous-business-processes-with-LoadRunner/ba-p/6029011#.V431FPl96Uk

Good luck,

Bingle(LoadRunner R&D)

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