Import Data Dialog Box

This dialog box enables you to import and integrate non-Micro Focus data files into an Analysis session.

To access

Tools > External Monitors > Import Data

User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):

UI Element Description
Import data from the following files

Displays the files that you selected for import.

Add file

Select an external data file to import. A dialog box opens to enable you to select files.

Remove file

Delete an external data file from the list.

Open File

Open an external data file using the associated application.

File Format

Set the file format options.

  • File Format. Choose the format of the external data file. For an explanation of available formats, see Supported File Types.

  • Date Format. Specify the format of the date in the imported data file. For example, for European dates with a 4 digit year, choose DD/MM/YYYY.

Time Zone

Select the time zone where the external data file was recorded. LoadRunner Analysis compensates for the various international time zones and aligns the times in the file with local time zone settings in order to match LoadRunner results. If the times in the imported file are erroneous by a constant offset, you can synchronize the time.

<Synchronize with scenario start time>

Time Zone also contains the option <Synchronize with scenario start time>. Choose this to align the earliest measurement found in the data file to the start time of the LoadRunner scenario.

Machine Name

Specify the machine name the monitor runs on. This associates the machine name with the measurement. For example, a file IO rate on the machine fender will be named File IO Rate:fender. This enables you to apply Graph settings by the machine name. For more information, see Filtering and Sorting Graph Data.

Advanced

For more information, see Advanced Settings Dialog Box (Import Data Dialog Box).

Truncate imported data to 150% of scenario runtime

In certain cases, the external monitor may have collected data over a time period that was larger than the actual load test. This option deletes data that was collected while the load test was not running, limiting the data collection period to 150% of the load testing period.

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