For your current version of 12.53, there is not a conversion utility
to convert JMeter scripts to LoadRunner scripts at this time.
Answer to question 2:
Evening after upgrading to 12.55, the summary report will not show SLA information. Micro Focus has stated the following limitations when working with JMeter in LoadRunner:
* Service level agreements (SLAs) are not supported for JMeter tests.
* Network Virtualization is not supported for JMeter tests.
* JMeter remote testing feature (one JMeter client instance controlling multiple remote node instances) is not supported with LoadRunner.
For more information, please see the following links below:
Answer to question 3:
Evening after upgrading to LoadRunner / Performance Center 12.55, you will be very limited as to what you can do. Please note: Micro Focus has provided the following important note:
''JMeter is released with LoadRunner / Performance Center 12.55 as a ''beta support'' feature, and currently you do not need a license to run JMeter tests in the Controller; however, this may change for future versions.''
Currently for LoadRunner / Performance Center 12.55, only the following JMeter graphs will be available:
* JMeter Active Threads
* JMeter Hits
* JMeter Throughput
* JMeter Transactions
Please consider the above and then update your case with your status along with any additional related questions and concerns.