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Virtual Table Server

Hi,

Where can I get information about Vitrual Table Server (VTS) which is the in-memory database that can be used by vusers?

I am looking to implement this in my Java vuser script. Any official documentation, code samples would be of great help.

 

Thanks,

Sreehari

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Hi Sreehari,

 

Unfortunately the Virtual Table Server isn't supported by HP at this time. The best place for information on the installation and use of this product is over at Wilson Mar's blog.

 

Best of luck,

 

Shane Evans

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This was very helpful. Does VTS support Java Script? The code sample has a C script. I am looking for functions in Java script.

 

Thanks in advance,

Sreehari

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Sreehari,

 

As an alternative, I have created a utility that has VTS capability, but is offered through a web service.  If you can call a web service from your code, it will work similarly.

 

If interested, check out http://www.solutionmaniacs.com/squid.

 

Edward Leno

 

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Thanks, Shane.

 

Tested Virtual Table Server through VuGen & local LR controller successfully.

 

Planning to test the same through Performance Center.

 

Does Performance center supports Virtual Table Server?

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