Analysis templates

This section describes how to customize analysis templates to display your performance test run reports in a format that suits your needs.

Analysis templates overview

You can customize your analysis reports using templates. In LoadRunner Analysis, you create the customized templates. You then import the templates to LoadRunner Enterprise and access the specific template you want for each test.

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Customize analysis templates

You can customize analysis templates to display your performance test run reports in a format that is suitable to your needs.

  1. Create a customized analysis template

    In LoadRunner, create a customized analysis template. For user interface details, see the LoadRunner Professional Help Center.

  2. Create a zip file with the customized analysis template

    After creating a local copy of the customized analysis template, zip the folder containing the customized analysis template.

    Note: Make sure the analysis template folder contains a .tem file, the folder is compressed with its contents, and that the folder name is the same name as the .tem file.

  3. Upload the file to LoadRunner Enterprise

    1. From the LoadRunner Enterprise navigation toolbar, click and select Analysis templates (under Assets).

    2. Select a resources folder for the analysis template, or create a new folder for your analysis template.

    3. In the resources folder, click New Analysis Template.

    4. Enter a name and optional description for the analysis template and click OK.

    5. In the right pane, click Upload Analysis Template Content.

      Note: The template file must be saved locally, must be in ZIP format, and must include at least one .tem file.

  4. Apply the customized analysis template to the analysis report of your performance test

    1. Click and select Test Management (under Testing).

    2. Select a performance test in the test management tree, and click Edit Test.

    3. In the Performance Test Designer window, select the Assets tab.

    4. In the Details pane, click the Analysis Template dropdown, and select a template option:

      • Default to use the default analysis template for the selected performance test report.

      • Select Resource and select a customized analysis template for the selected performance test report.


    • During the test run, the analysis template is logically bound to the run entity by its ID.

    • Editing a test after it has run and changing to another analysis template only impacts future runs. Prior runs still use the previous analysis template.

    • If the customized analysis template is not found, the default analysis template is used.

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