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REST API Load Testing

Hello,

How to record REST API application? How to do Load testing using Loadrunner?

I have created Web (HTML/HTTP) Vuser script. But after that how to proceed.

Can anyone help me this?

Thanks

 

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Hi, I am not able to access this link in the above solution. It says access denied. what should I do?

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Re: REST API Load Testing

Kindly make sure you are logged in before entering the link.

 

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I am seeing below error.. even with login to community.. is it need any additional permissions?

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Krishna Reddy Seelam
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Re: REST API Load Testing

Hi

I don't know about the permission issue ... But anyway you can see the article from help here : 

https://admhelp.microfocus.com/lr/en/12.60-12.62/help/WebHelp/Content/VuGen/t_RESTAPI.htm

In short : 

1) You need to add a web_rest step manually  (shortcut:  Ctrl + Shift + W  )

2) You can fill the URL w/o other parameter and press the "Run Test" to see if it succeeded.

You can see the result at Preview, Step Result tab.

Regards

Oren

 

 

 

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