Service Virtualization

Expand all | Collapse all

RR Pair clarification

Jump to Best Answer
  • 1.  RR Pair clarification

    Posted 04-27-2018 11:57 AM


    I am having one request and three response files, while loading 4 files(which is 1 request and 3 response) in RR pairs its displays one request and one response under "collection transactions" but I am expecting that one request and three different responses.


    is it possible to access that same request will communicate three different response?

  • 2.  Re: RR Pair clarification

    Posted 04-30-2018 12:40 AM

    Yes, its very much possible.

    There is a naming convention in CA DevTest for Virtual services.

    To create a VS using RR pair your request name should end with "-req" and response as "-rsp" .For example, request can be named as "request-req.xml" and response as "response-rsp.xml".


    If you wish to have multiple responses for a single request then response names should end with "-rsp", "-rsp2","-rsp3" etc.For example a request can be named as "request-req.xml" and responses as "response-rsp.xml", "response-rsp2.xml", "response-rsp3.xml" and so on.


    I hope this helps you.




  • 3.  Re: RR Pair clarification
    Best Answer

    Posted 04-30-2018 03:01 AM

    Just to correct your typos ... it's:

    <uniqueRequestName>-req.<extension> and <uniqueRequestName>-rsp.<extension>


    DevTest matches responses to requests by using <uniqueRequestName> so you don't have files literally named "request" and "response".


    You might have these files:






  • 4.  Re: RR Pair clarification

    Posted 04-30-2018 08:24 AM

    Hi Rick,

    Yes, I have uploaded same way and I can see one request and three response under "collect transactions" but after execution I can see only one transaction count(one request and response) on report and monitor window. as per execution expecting three transaction response.


    Kindly help me where I made mistake and why its showing only one transaction count.

    how I can see three response result.