IT doesn’t rain but it pours…

Further to my last post, on the vague subject of a test run database and results repository. There are, of course, additional features to add to that. Especially if you wanted to provide it to clients at a cost.

It would need to be able to cross-match results on the fly, comparing like-for-like transactions/scripts/scenarios.

I’m not proposing to re-develop the analysis tool for loadrunner, that’s outside my scope at the moment (probably 😉 )
But something comparing Run A vs Run B of the same test in pure numerical terms sounds like a job for perl to me.
And yeah, maybe have it draw a graph, pretty sure that’s do-able on the fly.

So Working, Building and Researching. What’s new?

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