Most of the features defined in previous versions are displayed and work in the same way in LoadRunner Enterprise 2020 SP2 and SP3.
The features listed below are not available or fully implemented:
As a result of decoupling LoadRunner Enterprise 2020 from ALM, there is no official integration between LoadRunner Enterprise and ALM. This means that the Analysis and UFT integrations are not supported with LRE Connectivity.
LoadRunner Enterprise can only work with a single database server. As a result, all project schemas must be located on the same database server.
|Define IP addresses||
Defining IP addresses to use as a target for performance testing is currently not supported.
Diagnostics integration is currently unavailable and was removed from the user interface.
|Elastic dockerized hosts||
For details, see Manage the project repository.
PAL is currently unavailable and was removed from the navigation toolbar.
Note: PAL data is still migrated from earlier versions to LoadRunner Enterprise as part of the migration process (support is planned for this feature in an upcoming version).
For details, see Reports.
|Service Virtualization||The integration with Service Virtualization is currently not supported.|
When LoadRunner Enterprise is configured with SSO authentication, the following are not supported:
|Template projects||The ALM template projects feature is not supported.|
|User-defined fields (UDF)||
UDFs are currently not supported.
The integration with UFT is supported from LoadRunner Enterprise 2020 SP3.
LoadRunner Enterprise does not currently support version control. As a result, only the latest checked in tests and scripts from ALM are migrated to LoadRunner Enterprise.