View the dashboard

This section describes the LoadRunner Enterprise dashboard in which you can view your performance test runs or all test runs. The page also displays a list of your last modified entities, and the resources in use.

To access: From the LoadRunner Enterprise navigation toolbar, click and select Dashboard.

User interface elements are described below:

UI Elements

Description

<Common UI elements> For user interface details, see LoadRunner Enterprise user interface.
Runs

Displays the test run activities.

  • All Runs/My Runs. Filters the list to display test run activities for all users of the project, or your test run activities only.

  • Finished. Displays the completed test runs.

    • Analyze. Analyzes results for the selected test run (available for test runs that are not in the Finished state).

    • Collate Collates results of test runs that have not yet been collated (available for test runs that are in the Before Collating Results state).

    • HTML Report. Opens an HTML version of the Analysis Summary report, which analyzes the data collected during the performance test run (available only when the test run state is Finished).

    • View Results. Opens the Dashboard tab of the Results page, which enables you to view performance measurements and results for those resources that were monitored in the test run in offline graphs (available only when the test run state is Finished). For details, see View test results offline.

  • Running. Displays the currently running tests for all users of the project.

    Click Show Online to display a detailed overview of the running performance test and perform all runtime test run actions. For details, see View the Performance Test Run page (online screen).

  • Scheduled. Displays the tests that are scheduled to run.

    To view details of a running or finished test, click the Test Name link to display the test in the Performance Test Designer window, or the Run ID link to display run details in the Test Runs page. To view details of a scheduled timeslot, click the Timeslot ID link. For details, see Schedule performance tests.

Last Modified Entities

Enables you to keep track of changes to performance testing entities. To view details of a modified entry, click the Name link to display the test in the Performance Test Designer.

The following icons indicate the entities that were modified:

All/My. Filters the list to display the latest modified entries for all users of the project, or your latest modified entries only.

Resources

Hosts/Project. Enables you to keep track of the following performance testing resources in use:

  • Testing Hosts. Displays the number of testing hosts grouped by status (Operational, Non Operational, Unavailable), by state (Running, Idle), and the number of load generators provisioned from a cloud provider. For details, see Manage hosts and Provision elastic cloud load generators.

  • Project Settings. Displays the following project settings.

    • Concurrent Runs Limit. The maximum number of concurrent test runs allowed within a project.

    • Hosts Limit. The total number of hosts (Controller + load generators) reserved for a timeslot may not exceed this limit.

    • VUDs Limit. The maximum number of Virtual User Days (VUDs) a project can run at once. The total number used by all of the project's concurrent performance tests must not exceed this limit.

    • Vusers Limit. The maximum number of Vusers available to the project.

    • Last Run. The date of the last test run in the project.

What's New

 

Click Expand panel to display the What's New? section which shows the latest LoadRunner Enterprise news and updates.

Tools

Click Expand panel to display the Tools section which includes:

  • Online Help. Opens the LoadRunner Enterprise help center.

  • LoadRunner Enterprise Forum. Opens the online LoadRunner Enterprise Practitioners Forum.

  • Feature Movies. Provides links to a selection of videos about performance testing with LoadRunner Enterprise.

  • LRE Blog. Opens the LoadRunner Enterprise Community which contains blog posts with useful advice to help you plan, test, and monitor your applications.

  • Links to LoadRunner Enterprise discussion groups on social media.

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