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Scripting for Business Objects (BO) reports.

Hi, If any one know the answers for my following questions please let me know, it will help me for scripting.

 

 

1.  I am going to do the Scripting for Business Objects Reports, my doubt is which Protocol I have to use for less scripting issues?

2. What are the main points to remember while doing scripting for BO reports?

3.any Tips and tricks?

 

Thanks

Raju

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You can try to record with Web http/html protocol just like any web based application. I have seen people used the same and did performance testing successfully.

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You should use web http/html and just make sure that you understand the unique values to capture.  I have been very successful with this method and the record and playback is almost seamless now.

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Well, if you are talking about BOBJ with SAP, then you will need to record with either Web HTTP/HTML or SAP WEB.

If you are familiar with correlation and parameterization, then you should be fine. its not that different from any other Web Script.

 

Thanks

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I did report performance testing developed using MicroStrategy with HTPP/HTML protocol successfully, in the same way U can use the same protocol for BO reports.

 

onething u need to carefull about Parameterization & correlation parameters that were dynamically need to be captured.

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