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  1. 1. RRaattiioonnaall PPeerrffoorrmmaannccee TTeesstteerr ---------------------------- T. Sindhu Software Engineer 1 Training Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  2. 2. CCoonntteennttss 1)Installation Of RPT 2)Basics Of RPT i) What is RPT? ii) Main Goals of RPT iii) Features of RPT 3)Scripting i) Correlation ii) Creating Datapools iii) Importing CSV File iv) Example for Correlation and DataPool v) Verification Points vi) Transaction Points vii) Error Handling viii) Loops ix) Custom Codes 4)Execution i) What is Schedule? ii) How to Create Schedule? iii) How to Schedule for Multiple Users with Different Scripts and with Multiple Agents with Rampup stages? 5)Analysis & Reports i) Types of Reports ii) Report Display Options iii) How to Export Reports? And in which Format? Training 2 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  3. 3. BBaassiiccss ooff RRPPTT Training 3 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  4. 4. WWhhaatt iiss RRPPTT?? IBM Rational Performance Tester is a performance testing tool that identifies the presence and cause of system performance bottlenecks. Combining multiple ease-of-use features with granular detail, Rational Performance Tester simplifies the test-creation, load-generation and data-collection processes that help teams ensure the ability of their applications to accommodate required user loads. Training 4 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  5. 5. LLoonngg--tteerrmm GGooaall  Getting less Response time  Scalability  Reliability  Number of Concurrent Users Required for the System  Acceptable limits of System utilization CPU, Memory and Network etc.,  Threshold 5 Training Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  6. 6. FFeeaattuurreess ooff RRPPTT  Code-free testing  Root cause analysis tool  Real-time reporting  Test data  Load Testing 6 Training Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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  8. 8. HHooww ttoo ddoo SSccrriippttiinngg ?? First Create “Performance Test Project” File > New > Performance Test Project Training 8 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  9. 9. Select all Components required for your Project Training 9 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  10. 10. Choose the Recording Type as “Http Recording” Training 10 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  11. 11. Another window opens with Your Project and Components. Select Your Project and in that Tests Component. Training 11 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  12. 12. Select Browser Training 12 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  13. 13. And also related to the Browser Options Training 13 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  14. 14. Recording window will open as follows: Training 14 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  15. 15.  While Recording we have to insert Transaction Points to get the Response time for each and every Object of Web Application.  Mainly we will give Transactions for URL, Buttons, Hyperlinks etc.,  After Completion of whole navigation you have to simply close the Web Application.  Then it generates the Code and Shows a window with “Open Test” if you are recorded in a right way.  Click on Open Test.  It shows the Script in a Tree-like Structure. Training 15 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  16. 16. EElleemmeennttss ooff RRPPTT MMaajjoorr EElleemmeennttss ooff RRPPTT aarree :: Correlation Data-pooling Error Handling Verification Points Transaction Points Loops Custom Codes Training 16 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  17. 17. WWhhaatt iiss CCoorrrreellaattiioonn??  Correlation is nothing but Handling the Dynamic Data generated by Server.  We will Correlate the Values like Ids which are unique to each user. Training 17 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  18. 18. CCoorrrreellaattiioonn  Generally in RPT, Correlation can be done automatically by the Tool itself. (Automatic Correlation)  We can also do Manual Correlation as follows : Go to Substitution site > select the value > Go to Previous response > Find that value in Previous Response > Right Click on that Value > Click on Create Reference > Enter a Name that should be unique > Click on Check and then Continue > Opens a window >Select values need to be correlated include Potential Matches >Finally Click on Substitute Checked Option  Manual Correlation can be done only when the tool cannot find some Correlated Values Training 18 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  19. 19. WWhhaatt iiss DDaattaappooooll??  A Datapool provides variable data during test runs. Rational Performance Tester scripts use data from when the test was recorded. By associating a datapool with a test at runtime, you can substitute the variable data in the datapool for the data in the test. Training 19 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  20. 20. PPrroocceedduurree ffoorr CCrreeaattiinngg DDaattaappooooll  Click File →New →Datapool.  Specify a name and location for the datapool file.  Specify the number of variables (columns) that you want and click Next.  Specify the number of records (rows) that you want and click Next.  Specify the name, type of action, and the location of the datapool variable and click OK.  Associate the datapool with a test.  Click the Add datapool button in the common options tab of a test.  Select the datapool you want to use.  Associate a request in the test with a Datapool column  Select a request in the test. The candidates for datapool appear in green in Test Element Details.  Right-click the candidate and click Substitute From →Datapool Variable.  Select the Datapool column and click Use Column.  (Optional) Encrypt a datapool column.  Click on the column header for a variable and the Edit Variable window opens.  Select the Encrypt check box.  Click OK and the Set Password window opens.  Type password you want to use for the variable and click OK.  The datapool variable is now encrypted. Training 20 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  21. 21.  Creating a new Datapool Training 21 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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  23. 23.  If you want to Import a Datapool as a .csv file you can do as follows : Training 23 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  24. 24. EExxaammppllee ffoorr CCoorrrreellaattiioonn && DDaattaappooooll To help you work with correlated data, the test editor uses color coding and provides navigational aids: • When you click a page, you see a Test Data table for that page. By default, related datapool candidates are shown in green text on a light green background, values that are already associated with a datapool are shown in white text on a green background, and references are shown in blue text.  Test data table Training 24 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  25. 25.  If correlated data is not displayed, right-click the table and verify that Show References is selected. To navigate directly to a page request containing correlated data, double-click a table row. To associate correlated data from this table with a datapool, click the row, click Substitute, and then click Select Data Source to open the Select Data Source window. You can also use the Test Data Sources view to make substitutions. In the test editor, right-click the Test Data table, and then select Link with Test Data Sources View. When you click a row in the Test Data table, the Test Data Sources view displays information about the selected substitution site.  When you expand a page, green text indicates page requests that contain datapool data or candidates. Blue text indicates page requests that contain references. Training 25 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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  27. 27. When you click a highlighted request, datapool candidates are highlighted in light green, data that is associated with a datapool is highlighted in dark green, and correlated data is highlighted in red. If you right-click a value for correlated data, as shown in the example, you can then click Go To to see its reference: Training 27 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  28. 28. VVeerriiffiiccaattiioonn PPooiinnttss Verification Points are a way to do the following things:  Detect problems in an application, such as: Does the Web page contain the expected information? Is this the expected window? The following are the Major verification points are included in Test Perspective: Content Verification Point - searches for a specific string on a page. Page Title Verification Point - compares the page title against the recorded title. Response Code Verification Point - compares the HTTP code returned against the recorded code.  Response Size Verification Point - compares the page size returned against the recorded size. Training 28 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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  30. 30. EExxeeccuuttiinngg SSccrriipptt  For this we need to create Schedule.  Schedules are more useful if you want to execute with more number of users.  How to Create a Schedule? Path : File > Performance Schedule > Select Performance Test Project > Schedules > Enter a Name for Schedule > Next > Select Number of Users > Finish  Note : we can select only 5 users for Trial Version of RPT  Creating a new Schedule Training 30 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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  36. 36. HHooww ttoo RRuunn SSccrriipptt??  Its very Simple to run a Script.  Just save the changes that you have done previously and Click on Run”. Training 36 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  37. 37. HHooww ttoo EExxeeccuuttee MMuullttiippllee SSccrriippttss iinn DDiiffffeerreenntt RReemmoottee MMaacchhiinneess?? To delegate the test run to three remote machines, it is preferable to create three user groups, with each assigned to run on one remote machine. Training 37 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  38. 38. CCoonnffiigguurree tthhee tteesstt sscchheedduullee ttoo rruunn tteessttss rreemmootteellyy  Add Two more User Groups to the Previously Created One like as follows : Training 38 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  39. 39. Select User Group 1. From the Schedule Element Details > Group size section, select Percentage, and enter 40 for the value. Repeat this step for User Group 2 (value 30) and User Group 3 (value 30). The combined size of all three groups should total 100%. Training 39 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  40. 40. Add a remote location to each user group: Select User Group 1. Under Schedule Element Details, click Run this group on the following locations. Click Add New below that to create a new remote location. Training 40 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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  42. 42. Add the detailed information for the first remote machine, and then click Finish. Each user group will be assigned to a different remote machine. The Deployment Directory will be created on the remote machine to store the runtime information Training 42 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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  44. 44. After this information is added successfully, the remote machine will be listed in the location table Repeat these steps to add remote locations for User Group 2 and User Group 3. When you have finished, use CTRL+S to save all settings and changes. Training 44 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  45. 45. AAnnaallyyssiiss && RReeppoorrttss Training 45 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  46. 46. RReeppoorrttss Major Types of Reports The results of your performance test are easily accessible to you. With Performance Tester, results are generated dynamically during a run. You can also regenerate the results for viewing and analysis after a run. Performance has by default eight types of reports:  Overall Report--contains information on the progress of the state of the run and a bar chart showing the overall success of the run  Summary Report--displays the most significant data to the test run and lets you analyze the final or intermediate results  Page Performance--displays the average response of the slowest 10 pages in the test as the test progresses  Response vs. Time Summary--displays the average response trend as graphed through time  Response vs. Time Detail--displays the response trend as graphed through time  Page Throughput--presents an overview of the frequency of results being transferred per interval  Server Health Summary--presents an overall indication of how well the server is responding to the load  Server Health Detail--displays specific details for the 10 least successful pages Training 46 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  47. 47. RReeppoorrtt DDiissppllaayy OOppttiioonnss Training 47 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  48. 48. There are also the Display Report and Display Transaction Report options. For example, to display the Transaction Report, you can either select Display Transaction Report directly or Display Report, which lists Transaction Report as one of the report options. Display Report allows you to select from all of the available reports, including your custom reports. Training 48 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  49. 49. Overall Report Training 49 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  50. 50. Summary Report Training 50 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  51. 51. Page Performance Report Training 51 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  52. 52. Response Vs Time Summary Report Training 52 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  53. 53. Response Vs Time Detail Report Training 53 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  54. 54. Page Throughput Report Training 54 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  55. 55. Server Health Summary Report Training 55 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
  56. 56. Server Health Detail Report Training 56 Material on RPT 15-07-2014
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