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Dynamic values in the request header.

Hi,
I have used Loadrunner 9.1 and scripted for an application using web(HTTP/HTML) protocol which has given me a lot of web_custom requests with an attribute "Body Binary". this attribute has a string of binary values one of which is dynamic in nature. When checked the generation log, found that the value is appearing only in the request body and not in response.

As of now my script fails when i try to replay it. Also,

1) when i recorded a fresh script again for the same flow, i got blank script with no code generated for the steps done while recording.

Please provbide me with some input as to what is to be done in this regard.
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Have you checked the response in the replay logs with advance trace turned on?

Regarding the blank script - is there any chance the developers could have changed the system i.e. deployed a new version of code. Try recording again and then if you still get the same blank script it could be worth checking with them.

Hope this helps
Stef
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Thanks Stef,

I shall try that option as well. that option never did give me any good news prevoiusly. The app was not available today shall be trying the same soon enough and get back. Thanks again for the response.
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