Re: Does LoadRunner supports desktop 2 tier application (powerbuilder, sql server 2008) (416 Views)
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zohaib_cs
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Registered: ‎08-16-2011
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Does LoadRunner supports desktop 2 tier application (powerbuilder, sql server 2008)

Greetings,

Kindly inform if any version of Loadrunner supports desktop 2 tier application (using MS Sql protocol)
Application info

Client = Power builder
DB = SQL server 2008
communication using sql driver (client to sql server)

Let me know if need more info to reply the query

Best Regards,
Zohaib

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JerryYin
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Registered: ‎08-16-2011
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Re: Does LoadRunner supports desktop 2 tier application (powerbuilder, sql server 2008)

You may try ODBC protocol.

You can also use protocol advisor to check which protocol you should use.

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shiv_p
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Re: Does LoadRunner supports desktop 2 tier application (powerbuilder, sql server 2008)

try with Orale 2-tier protocol in VuGen

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zohaib_cs
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Re: Does LoadRunner supports desktop 2 tier application (powerbuilder, sql server 2008)

Using Oracle 2 tier loadrunner doesn't recrod any event of mentioned type application.

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zohaib_cs
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Re: Does LoadRunner supports desktop 2 tier application (powerbuilder, sql server 2008)

Jerry application using Dblib (MSSQL) protocol to communicate with server so ODBC will not help
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Ajay_U
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Re: Does LoadRunner supports desktop 2 tier application (powerbuilder, sql server 2008)

You can give a try with Microsoft.Net protocol which will record all the SQL server traffic.

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