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Adobe forms Error in Load Runner.

Hi Experts,
We are dealing with Adobe forms in the enterprise portal.

We have a leave application in the portal and the leave application is an ADOBE FORM. we are able to download in the same portal page,fill the form and as well as submit it during recording.

But while replaying it throws this message -->"Warning -26612: HTTP Status-Code=500 (Internal Server Error))<--

While replaying the Adobe form is not downloaded and actual funtionality of the leave application is not acheived.





Thanking in Advance.
Regards,
Krishnamurty.k
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You must be having a missing correlation. There must be a dynamic value related to your form that needs to be correlated. For the PDF user web_get_int_property(HTTP_INFO_DOWNLOAD_SIZE) to verify the size of the pdf file. pdf file download will not be shown on run time viewer.

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Prashanth T
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Hi prashanth,

I dont find this "web_get_int_property"(HTTP_INFO_DOWNLOAD_SIZE) in my script.I also agree that this could be a correlation problem. Run time viewer it will not be displayed.But the functionality is also not working.


Regards,

Krishnamurthy K
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🙂 I was referring you to a function that you can use to verify if the pdf is getting downloaded. It will not be there in your script, you'll have to add it and code it in the way you require. refer to the help for web_get_int_property for more details.

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Prashanth T
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