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Cognos 'asynchWait_Request' failed in Loadrunner script

Hi,

We are doing Cognos 8.4 performane testing.
while running for One of script we are getting below error,

The absolute affinity request 'asynchWait_Request' failed, the requested session does not exist.

Any one knows how to resolve the issue.

Thanks
Ravi
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Re: Cognos 'asynchWait_Request' failed in Loadrunner script

Hi Ravi,

As you know in Cognos application, Asynchronous transactions occur between the server and client and act as a method for the server to update the client of the status of the userâ s request. That means the users/client and server communicates each other even during the wait time of generating a report.

In order to handle this kind of requests you need to use a logical loop (for/while) and send the same request until u get the appropriate response. While sending the request you need to handle the correlation part inside the loop, So that the session is maintained appropriately.

Thanks & Regards,
Vinutha
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Re: Cognos 'asynchWait_Request' failed in Loadrunner script

Try this.
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/data/library/cognos/page406.html
This should get you started. Keep these script short.
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Goggle "cognos loadrunner" go to th IBM site
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