Microsoft Active Server Pages monitor
The Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) monitor displays statistics about the resource usage on the ASP server during the test run.
Set up the MS Active Server Pages monitor
This task describes how to set up the MS Active Server Pages monitor.
If your monitor accesses a server outside of your internal network, you may need to set up a web proxy to collect data from it. For details, see Use a proxy server.
Select a resources folder.
Select a resources folder for the monitor profile in the resources tree, or create a new folder as follows:
In LoadRunner Enterprise, click Open the navigation toolbar and select Monitors (under Assets).
Click New Folder and enter a name for the monitor resources folder.
Create a monitor profile.
Click New Monitor Profile , and make sure Monitor Profile is selected.
Enter a name and optional description for the monitor profile, and click Save. An empty monitor profile is added to the selected resources folder.
Select the monitor profile you just added and click Add Monitor .
In the Monitor Type Selection tab, select the MS Active Server Pages monitor type and click Next.
In the Monitor Definition tab, enter the server details:
Click Get Counters to display a list of available metrics and counters.
Select the measurements that you want to monitor, and then click to add the counters to the Selected Counters table.
The following table describes the default measurements that can be monitored:
Errors per Second
The number of errors per second.
Requests Wait Time
The number of milliseconds the most recent request was waiting in the queue.
The number of requests currently executing.
The number of requests waiting in the queue for service.
The total number of requests not executed because there were insufficient resources to process them.
Requests Not Found
The number of requests for files that were not found.
The number of requests executed per second.
The total amount of memory, in bytes, currently allocated by Active Server Pages.
Errors During Script
The number of failed requests due to runtime errors.
The current number of sessions being serviced.
The number of transactions started per second.
Click Save. The monitor details are displayed in the Monitors tab for the selected monitor profile.
Associate the monitor with your test.
For details, see Step 3: Associate monitors with your test.
Notes and limitations
If you encounter a "Failed to retrieve measurements" error when trying to get monitor counters or run a test, see Monitor fails to retrieve measurements.