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On one hand, "Software Quality Assurance & Testing" seems to suggest that LoadRunner questions belong here:

–§–  Software Quality Assurance & Testing Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for software quality control experts, automation engineers, and software testers.

On the other hand, the site is up for 4 years but there isn't a "LoadRunner" tag here. Also, there are 9 ~LoadRunner questions and 1 ~Vugen question here, as compared to 526 ~Loadrunner questions and ~93 Vugen questions on Stackoverflow.

Should LoadRunner questions be asked on SQA or on Stackoverflow?

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Your citation is clear, those questions are welcome here. LoadRunner definitely falls under the criteria of a QA program, which we support.

One thing to note about tags is that if a question has a tag, but is the only question carrying that tag for a period of time, the tag dies. So for a tag to live you need a higher rep user to spawn the tag plus another question to keep the tag alive.

But the lack of a tag doesn't mean it isn't welcome here.

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