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Setting Default Scenario Display Attributes

Running a Scenario Viewing UNIX Vusers
LoadRunner Controller User's Guide (Windows)
Chapter 11, page 180
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Setting Default Scenario Display Attributes
Setting the default display attributes sets the display attributes for all the UNIX
Vusers is a scenario. However, you can override the default attribute for individual
Vusers. For details, see
Setting Display Attributes for Individual UNIX Vusers
on page 184.
The following sections describe the available display attributes:
Setting the Shadow Display
Changing the Default Window Manager
Changing the Terminal Emulator
Setting the Shadow Display
The shadow display is the display that you use to view the actions that Vusers
perform. You use a shadow display to view the actions performed by RTE,
GUI:VXRunner and GUI:BXRunner Vusers only. To view UNIX Vusers, you must
set the shadow display before you run a scenario. By default, the Vuser host is used
as the shadow display.
Note: When GUI:VXRunner and GUI:BXRunner Vusers are running, they use
resources from the shadow display--even when you are not viewing the Vusers.
The number of Vusers that can use the same shadow display is limited to between
50 and 70.