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Generating Templates

Creating Vuser Scripts
Chapter C, page 470
Appendixes Programming Scripts on UNIX Platforms
In
Generating Templates
LoadRunner includes a utility that copies a template into your working directory.
The utility is called
mkdbtest
, and is located in $M_LROOT/bin. You run the utility
by typing:
When you run
mkdbtest
, it creates a directory called
name
, which contains the
template file,
name.c.
For example, if you type
mkdbtest
creates a directory called
test1
, which contains the template script,
test1.c.
When you run the
mkdbtest
utility, a directory is created containing four files
test.c
,
test.usr
,
test.cfg
and
Makefile
, where
test
is the test name you specified for
mkdbtest.
mkdbtest
name
mkdbtest test1
test
.c
makefile
Template Files
test
.usr
test
.cfg