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Using VTS for restarting users

We have a an issue with running scenarios where if we have limited test data for a user, and it fails and we want to continue running the user in the Scenario, what we do is disable the group, then create a new group referencing the parameter files, and kick that user off again.

I picked up on a few questions regarding VTS and it peaked my interest.
Can I use VTS (or any other solution?) to provide data to a user again without LR restricting for its uniqueness.

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Re: Using VTS for restarting users

Hello Brian_Folan,

Please let me know if I understand your concern.

What you mean is, when you run out of the parameter file to start again from the first line?

Please correct me if I'm wrong.



Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Using VTS for restarting users

Hi Daniela,

You can easily use VTS for your scripts. Xou don't need any parameters at all.

With "vtc_rotate_row()" you can read a whole row out of your testdata table and add it at the end of the row.

With "lrvtc_rotate_message()" or "lrvtc_rotate_messages1()" you can read a specific collums.

And you can use multiple VTS-instances within one script. (other functions e.g. vtc_rotate_messages1())

Best regards


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