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Step 3 – Simulating user actions The DeNamiK LoadGen has a module called the ‘DeNamiK User Action FrameWork’ or DUAF. This is where you can simulate user actions, like browsing to an application and print. The module can be opened in the menu ‘Tools -> DeNamiK User Action FrameWork (Citrix)’. After selecting a user (from a Load Profile) a session is started and a script editor is opened with a default script.
Massive load and stress tests, either in test or production environments, are now easier than ever. Use your own user action scripts together with DeNamiK LoadGen or record and create user action script with the DeNamiK User Action Framework. No changes to the Citrix, Microsoft Terminal Server (RDP) and Provision Networks servers have to be made. Just make sure you have created a couple of user action test scripts with your favorite scripting product or the DeNamiK User Action Framework and have enough workstations available to launch the sessions.
With DeNamiK LoadGen I’m able to simulate a user, by controlling the keyboard and mouse and waiting for results by looking at the content of the screen. In other words: I tell the DeNamiK User Action Framework.