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How to record Yantra (client/server) application in Load runner?

I am recording a (client/server) Yantra Apllication. I am using Load Runner and recording thru Web protocol (HTTP/HTML) , when recording the application the request body is recorded as Binary value.

If anyone came across this situation in the past please share your inputs

Recorded Script:

web_custom_request("RcpServlet_2",
"URL=http://{URL}/yantra/RcpServlet",
"Method=POST",
"Resource=0",
"RecContentType=text/xml",
"Referer=",
"Snapshot=t2.inf",
"Mode=HTML",
"BodyBinary=\\x1F\\x8B\\x08\\x00\\x00\\x00\\x00\\x00\\x00\\x00\\xB3\\xB1\\xAF\\xC8\\xCDQ(K-*\\xCE\\xCC\\xCF\\xB3U2\\xD43PRH\\xCDK\\xCEO\\xC9\\xCCK\\xB7U\n\rq\\xD3\\xB5P\\xB2\\xB7\\xE3\\xB2q)\\xCD\\xCD\\xAD\\xD4\\xB7\\xE3\\x02\\x00\\xF9\\x8Fz\\x850\\x00\\x00\\x00",
LAST);
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whether this BodyBinary appears in request or in response? ( i mean whether you are able to correlated this BodyBinary values?)

-Christo
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