You can import any LoadRunner script (*.c file) or multiple LoadRunner scripts in a ZIP file into ZebraTester by performing the following steps:
Open "Project Navigator"
Upload the LoadRunner script
Click on the LoadRunner script file icon
Click on "yes" when you are asked to convert the LoadRunner script file to a ZebraTester session file (*.prxdat)
Click on the converted ZebraTester session file
Click on the "Refresh Display" icon in the Main Menu
In ZebraTester we can convert a recorded LoadRunner script to the ZebraTester recorded session.
Automatic Page break creation (“Think time” in LoadRunner)
Transaction creation( “Transaction” in LoadRunner)
Content verification (“Text check” in LoadRunner)
Handling of extraction and assigning of dynamic variables (“Correlation” in LoadRunner)
Web HTTP/HTML recordings (Also REST/ SOAP)
Both HTML based and URL based scripts.
Script language C
Both Single and Multiple script files(like vuser_init, Actions, and vuser_end)
It will work in both new and older versions ( 11.x and 12.x)
Include other files
Preprocessor conditionals are not supported like #if defined
Dynamic left and right boundaries for extraction
Left and Right Boundary Based Variable Extractor
RegExp Based Variable Extractor
XPath Based Variable Extractor
Form-based Variable Extractor
Uploading a single file (.c file) or multiple files (.zip file) via the GUI
Calling the standalone LRToProxyDataDump class with program arguments (pass –help for getting the argument details)
Upload a LoadRunner File
In this example, the LoadRunner Scripts were organized into a separate subdirectory, “LRscripts.”
Click the Conversion Icon
You will be prompted to confirm/stop the conversion:
Once the conversion is finished, you will see a new file with a PRXDAT file extension.
Once the LoadRunner session is converted, click on it on the Project Navigator so it can be displayed in the Main Menu:
Clicking on the line Hyperlinks allows you to access the Request and Response Details and Var Handler
It’s the Var Handler where you can assign and extract Variables from the recorded responses. Please see the Session Parameters page for more information on the Var Handler.
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