Script Information dialog box

This dialog box displays details about the selected Vuser group, and enables you to modify the group's settings.

To access
Design tab > Scenario Scripts pane > Details
Important information
Available when a script is selected in the Scenario Scripts pane.
Relevant to:
  • Manual scenarios in percentage mode

  • Goal-oriented scenarios

Relevant tasks

User interface elements are described below:

UI Element


Updates script settings as follows:
  • Script. If the script was modified during a scenario run, updates the script details in the scenario.

  • Runtime Settings. If you modified the runtime settings from the Controller, LoadRunner Professional restores the initial runtime settings.

View Script

Opens VuGen where you can view and edit the script.

If you use VuGen to make changes to a script while the Controller is running, click Refresh and select Script to update the script details in the scenario.

Runtime Settings

Opens the runtime settings dialog box, where you can edit the Vuser script's runtime settings.


  • When you modify the runtime settings from Controller, LoadRunner Professional runs the script using the modified settings. To restore the initial settings previously set using VuGen, click the Refresh button and select Runtime Settings.

  • If runtime settings for a script were not defined in VuGen, Controller displays its own default settings for Log and Think Time. Default VuGen settings are displayed for all other nodes.

Network Virtualization

Opens the Virtual Locations Settings dialog box. This dialog box lets you enable Network Virtualization, or change the working mode (Per Group or Per Load Generator). It also provides a link to the Network Virtualization software screens, allowing you to configure the virtualization properties.
Command Line

The command line options to use when running the script.

-x value -y value.

Files tab
Displays all files used by the script, including the configuration settings file, the init, run, and end portions of the script, the parameterization definitions file, and the .usr file.
  • To exclude a file from the list, clear the check box adjacent to it.

  • To add a file or folder used by the script, click the Add button.

  • Note: To run Visual C++ Vusers on a remote load generator, you must add the .dll of the Vuser to this list.

  • You can delete the files that you add, but not the other files listed.

Rendezvous tab
Displays the rendezvous points defined for the selected script.
The name, path, and type of the selected Vuser script.
Vusers tab
Displays all Vusers associated with the selected script.

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