1 Oracle White Paper Load Testing Hyperion System 9 HFM An Oracle White Paper May 2010 Load Testing Hyperion Applications Using Oracle Load Testing 9.1
2 Oracle White Paper Load Testing Hyperion System 9 HFM Introduction... 1 Script creation... 2 Dynamic parameters... 2 Recording & Playback Configuration... 2 Script example: Login to Hyperion... 4 Parameterizing scripts... 5 Other scripts and other parameters Load Testing Tips and Tricks Performance Diagnostics Summary... 23
3 Oracle White Paper Load Testing Hyperion System 9 HFM Introduction This document is intended as a guide for creating load/performance test scripts against Hyperion Financial Applications (HFM) using Oracle Load Testing. This guide will assist during the script creation process and enable the tester to create scripts faster and more reliably. It assumes that the person using this document has experience working with Oracle Application Testing Suite. This document does not necessarily cover all Hyperion transactions that have to be tested, nor does it guarantee that the parameters mentioned in this document will perfectly match your particular environment. Figure 1: Sample Hyperion Login Page 1
4 Script creation Load test scripts for Hyperion applications are created using Oracle Application Testing Suite s OpenScript scripting platform. Application Testing Suite consists of three main products: Oracle Functional Testing OpenScript for automated functional testing and load test scripting Oracle Load Testing for automated load testing Oracle Test Manager for test process management Dynamic parameters One of the major challenges of performance testing Hyperion is the highly dynamic nature of the Hyperion applications. Hyperion applications make extensive use of dynamic http session parameters to track user s session state. This also makes scripting more difficult. The key to successful scripting is finding out the parameters that need to be parameterized in order to create working load test scripts. Additionally, the script should also work 1 hour, 1 day or 1 week after the recording of the script. Scripts must be parameterized correctly to manage sessions, time stamps etc. If a script is not parameterized correctly, it may work for only a short period of time or may not cope with multiple parallel transactions across concurrent virtual users. This is a list of some of the key dynamic HTTP session parameters for Hyperion applications: sso_user sso_password sso_token repository_token ssnkeystate Entety subcubes MODVAL FormPOV Recording & Playback Configuration OpenScript records load test scripts using an HTTP-based proxy recorder, which is configured automatically by OpenScript when scripts are recorded. If the target system (e.g. the Hyperion application) is only accessible by using a proxy server configured in your browser, the OpenScript
5 proxy recorder will be automatically chained. If your proxy server requires authentication, this authentication information can be entered into the OpenScript recording proxy preferences. Figure 2: OpenScript recording proxy settings If the target system (e.g. the Hyperion application) is only accessible by using a proxy server, it is also important that this proxy server is added to the OpenScript playback settings.
6 Figure 3: OpenScript playback proxy settings Note: By default, OpenScript will use the browser s configured proxy during recording, so this may not require additional configuration. Note: The starting point for all scripts in this document was the URL: Script example: Login to Hyperion One of the first scripts recorded will likely be a login script, where the user logs into a Hyperion application. This is an important script, since it contains the login that you will need for every scenario. It is also a good script to start with from a complexity point of view. The following script was created by creating a new script in OpenScript (File New), creating a new Web/HTTP load testing script, then clicking record and launching, logging in, then logging out of a Hyperion application.
7 Figure 4: Example of Recorded script that does a login, application selection and finally a logout. Steps renamed to reflect step functions. Once finished, save the script and expand the script nodes to view the HTTP requests captured. This represents the base script we will be working with. The following steps will demonstrate how to identify and work with the dynamic parameters. Parameterizing scripts The following describes the HTTP parameters in more detail and how to handle these in your scripts. SSO_USERNAME / SSO_PASSWORD Two parameters that you may want to substitute are the user credentials sso_username and sso_password. These parameters can be substituted using Databanking (e.g. data for these comes from a CSV/text based file). Databanking allows you to drive different inputs for these parameters using an external data file.
8 Figure 5: sso_username and sso_password parameters in the navigation PostData SSO_TOKEN
9 The navigation after the login POST contains another very important value: the sso_token. The sso_token value is a session parameter automatically generated by the Hyperion application after you login. Figure 6: sso_token parameters In order for your script to work, you need to parameterize the sso_token value. To do this, we need to create a variable to extract a new value when the script plays back. In the login post navigation, right-click and select Create Custom Variable
10 Figure 7: Create Custom Variable sso_token Screen 1 In the Create Custom Variable dialog, enter the following into the Regular Expression field and click Next : _multiline_<token><!\[cdata\[(.+?)]]></token> Figure 8: Create Custom Variable sso_token Screen 2 In the next dialog, ensure that the correct data is selected and click Next.
11 Figure 9: Create Custom Variable sso_token Screen 3 In the next dialog, assign a variable name ( ssotoken ) and set the Encode Option to Remove Newlines. Figure 10: Create Custom Variable sso_token Screen 4
12 Before clicking finish, click Add to Library to add this correlation rule to a correlation library to save for future script usage. Correlation libraries in OpenScript contain correlation rules that can be applied to all new scripts during or after recording to automatically parameterize dynamic HTTP session variables. The sso_token should be added to a Library, since it will be used for all scripts. Figure 11: Create Custom Variable sso_token Screen 5 Back in the Create Variable Wizard, click Finish. We now have a regular expression that will extract a new value for sso_token and set it to a variable. Now, right-click the target sso_token name/value pair in the POST data and select Substitute Variable to substitute this variable into your script.
13 Figure 12: Substitute Variable From the dialog, select the ssotoken variable created earlier.
14 Figure 13: Select ssotoken variable. Finally, verify that the value of sso_token has been substituted by a parameter. Figure 14: Ensure the sso_token is substituted If scripts are not played back correctly and error messages indicate that there is a problem with sessions, check the requests and try to verify the sso token.
15 Apply Pattern Library At this point you can apply the correlation library to the entire script. You can correlate the entire script through the Script Correlate Script menu option. Figure 15: Correlate Script After this operation the login script should contain variable substitutions for all dynamic sso_token parameters required to run. REPOSITORY_TOKEN The second most common parameter to parameterize from the start is repository_token. To correlate, locate repository_token in the script, right-click and select Substitute Variable
16 Figure 16: Correlate repository_token In the Substitute Variable wizard, select Create new script variable.
17 Figure 17: Create new script variable Verify the contents found, and click Next.
18 Figure 18: Verify variable source
19 Figure 19: Verify regular expression Then, as with sso_token, assign the variable a name and add to your correlation library before clicking Finish. Other scripts and other parameters The most important parameters to parameterize from the start are sso_token and repository_token. However, a couple of other parameters may need to be managed as well. You would correlate these following similar steps as described above. ssnkeystate The ssnkeystate is a value that will change during the scripts pages. It is therefore important not to replace all ssnkeystates with ONE custom dynamic value, since this value will change a number of times in your script (e.g., a 27-page script which included entering data, saving data, and performing calculations resulted in a ssnkeystate which changed five times).
20 Subcubes, MODVAL, FormPOV Subcubes, MODVAL, FormPOV are other examples of values that may have to be parameterized if the script is entering data into the system, performing calculations etc. Additional Values For Other Hyperion Applications The values that have been covered in this white paper are ones you may encounter using Hyperion Financial Management. However, when testing other Hyperion applications, such as Hyperon Planning or Financial Reporting, you may encounter additional values requiring correlation. A few of these are listed below, as examples of things you may want to look for. CI (Composite Grid Identity) GI_n (Grid Identity) InstanceID (Random value) Etc.
21 Load Testing Oracle Load Testing lets you run realistic load tests for Web, SOA and Oracle packaged applications helping you simulate thousands of concurrent users and analyze the impact of production load levels on application performance. Oracle Load Testing lets you simulate thousands of virtual users accessing the Hyperion application simultaneously to measure the effect of user load on application performance. During performance testing, Oracle Load Testing measures end-user response times as well as the performance of the underlying application infrastructure to help you analyze performance and identify bottlenecks. Figure 20: Oracle Load Testing Tips and Tricks The following are some basic tips and tricks for configuring Oracle Load Testing for Hyperion testing. Before Testing Prior to beginning the load test, review the following tips and ensure that your settings are properly configured. Zero length HTML Deactivate the Zero length HTML pages are fatal setting in both the load testing tool and the Navigation Editor. Hyperion will return HTML pages without any payload and this is normal. Page load times during recording Always wait for pages to be fully loaded before performing the next action in the script. (Sometimes page loads can take a long time during the recording). Make sure that a new page occurs in your visual script page after every action you perform in Hyperion.
22 Think times If scripts are recorded with the external proxy recorder, remember to add think times to each step in the script or define fixed think times in Oracle Load Testing when performing tests. Test data/users Reports users can only log in once, one session at a time. The same user ID cannot be logged in more than once at any one time (To avoid this make sure that there are enough test data/users available) Parameter substitution Make sure the values for the parsed parameters look correct/reasonable Choose battles wisely When creating reports in HFM, reports may be stored in a tree hierarchy. For testing purposes copy the reports to the root folder. This will make scripting easier and have a minimal impact on the results. The reason for this is that when the tree is navigated the proxy recorder will not pick up the requests if the normal recording filters are applied. The navigations in the tree are XML based JSON requests. The alternative solution is to adapt the filters (or to turn the completely off) for the proxy recorder. During Testing During the load test, monitor the running test for the following: Responses Check the size of the response data after processing queries. If only a few hundred bytes are returned for a large result set, it is a sign that an error message was returned instead of data. For each transaction, ensure there are no error messages in the response data. Look for exceptions and stack traces in the data returned from the server. Receiving lots of binary data from the server is a good thing. Error messages come back in clear text. Session error messages normally indicate that the wrong pages (e.g. wrong sessions are being used), check if sso_tokens are encoded. If not encode and playback script again. Application logs Ensure there are no errors in the application logs and review any warnings that may appear. Performance Diagnostics When running a load test, Oracle Load Testing also allows you to monitor key performance diagnostics for Hyperion application infrastructure using ServerStats.
23 System Metrics: CPU utilization (% Processor Time_Total) Memory usage (available memory, process memory and swapping) Disk (Reads/writes per second, disk queue) Network (I/O Bytes, duplicate ACKs or errors) Check both at the system level and the process level. 32-bit processes can use at most 2 GB of virtual memory on Windows (normal OS settings) and 4 GB on Unix. Check to be sure these limits are not being reached. Process Level Oracle Hyperion Shared Services: HyS9SharedServices.exe Process of the Open LDAP-SLAPD.exe Oracle Hyperion Financial Management: IIS Process HsxServer HsvDataSource o For HsvDataSource, monitor Private and Virtual memory rising together. Oracle Hyperion Financial Reporting: HyS9FRWeb HRS9FRRMI.exe HRCommSrv.exe HRPrintSrv.exe HRReportSrv.exe HrSchedSrv.exe Oracle Hyperion Web Analysis: HyS9WebAnalysis.exe Oracle Hyperion Workspace: HyS9Workspace.exe
24 Oracle Hyperion Essbase: Essbase, esssvr monitor additional counters: Disk Read Bytes/Sec Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management: InetInfo MDM Web Tier IIS Process W3WP MDM Web Tier IIS Pool Process Dllhost MDM Web Tier manages dll based applications. Mdm_ntier_engine Mdm_ntier_RIO Mdm_ntier_service GWservices.exe MDM_web_pub_engine MDM_web_publishing Oracle or SQL Server database process (note: further database monitoring is required in addition to process monitoring) Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Architect: HyS9EPMAWebTier dimension_server HyS9EPMA_EngineManager HyS9EPMA_JobManager HyS9EPMA_EventManager HyS9EPMADataSynchronizer Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management: upsappsv upslbmgr InetInfo w3wp dllhost Oracle Business Intelligence EE (OBIEE): sawserver (BI Presentation Server)
25 nqserver (BI Server) Summary Load Testing Hyperion can be a major challenge due to the complexity and dynamic nature of Hyperion applications. Oracle Load Testing provides a comprehensive solution for Hyperion load testing. Oracle White Paper-Load Testing Hyperion System 9 HFM March 2010 Author: Matthew Demeusy Contributing Author: Joe Fernandes Oracle Corporation World Headquarters 500 Oracle Parkway Redwood Shores, CA U.S.A. Copyright 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is provided for information purposes only and the contents hereof are subject to change without notice. This document is not warranted to be error-free, nor subject to any other warranties or conditions, whether expressed orally or implied in law, including implied warranties and conditions of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. We specifically disclaim any liability with respect to this document and no contractual obligations are formed either directly or indirectly by this document. This document may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without our prior written permission. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Worldwide Inquiries: Phone: Fax: oracle.com AMD, Opteron, the AMD logo, and the AMD Opteron logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices. Intel and Intel Xeon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. All SPARC trademarks are used under license and are trademarks or registered trademarks of SPARC International, Inc. UNIX is a registered trademark licensed through X/Open Company, Ltd. 0110
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