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browser requirements

Hi,

 

Can i use "google crome" and "firefox fox "  to run hp load runner?

plz ...give the reply

 

Regards,

Venkat

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Hello,

The question is not clear. What do you want to do?

Record a Web (HTTP/HTML) script using Google Chrome or Firefox browser? That is possible

Record a TruClient script using these browsers? LoadRunner brings these browsers with it. You need to use the browsers provided by LoadRunner: Chromium and Firefox from these specific versions.

The browser do not run LoadRunner. LoadRunner uses it to record a script or to replay as well in TruClient case

Regards,

Shlomi

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Hi,

I am using  google crome and some times firefox to recording the script in vu gen.

is there any problem to use crome and firefox for recording script or do i have to use any particular browser (mandatory) always, like to record a script i.e  IE,Crome ,forefox?

 

Thanks,

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Hi

LoadRunner supports IE, Chrome, FF and Edge (starting from version 12.53) when recording in Web (HTTP / HTML) Protocol.

There is no mandatory browser, but you should note the release notes in each version as to the minimal requirements of the browsers. for example, in 12.50, support for IE8 has been discontinued, and in 12.53 - support for IE9 has been discontinued.

With regards to TruClient protocol - it supports the 3 major browsers (IE, FF, Chromium) but note that you use what is supplied with the release, and not the browser that is installed on the machine itself.

Hope this helps,

Lior

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Hi,

What is this true client? is it mandatory to select true client script ?

iam selecting Web (HTTP / HTML)  is it right or not?

iam sending the screen shots, which iam follwing the procedure.

plz check once and let me know, if any thing worng

thanks,

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Hi

Nothing is mandatory 🙂 it is all a matter of what you wish to accomplish in your performance test.

it is great to choose Web protocol as you chose and use Chrome as the browser of choice.

I suggest you read about TruClient in the online documentation here, and I also suggest you consult with the LoadRunner online help while you are working your way through the tutorial (as I believe you are doing)

Good Luck,

Lior

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Hi,

i have downloaded hp loadrunner 12.50 version from this below mentioned url

http://www8.hp.com/in/en/software-solutions/loadrunner-load-testing/try-now.html

i am sending screen shots also, plz check and verify  like ......is that full version or not ?

plz findout this enclosed attachment

Thanks

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Hi

You are downloading the community edition which is a full installation with a license of 50 Vusers for free on all protocols (with the exception of GUI Vuser and COM/DCOM).

Remember to read the instructions before installing, while adhering to the pre-requisites.

Good Luck,

Lior

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Hi,

iam using hp load runner community edition currently. in the earlier posts u did send system requirements like.....

the minimal requirments for running a full installation of LoadRunner are:

    4 CPUs
    8 GB or RAM
    at least 50GB of free disk space
    one of the supported operating systems: Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 64-bit, Windows Server 2012 R2 64-bit (recommended), Windows 7 SP1 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit (recommended), Windows 10 64-bit
     

and don't forget the most updated browsers (meaning nothing below IE10)

 

is same system requirement enough for this community edition ?or not?

plz tell, if any require more than this system requirement.

thanks

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Hi

The system requirements I previously posted are good enough for the community edition.

Thanks,

Lior

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