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How well does the truClient to Web HTTP/HMTL conversion work?

Hi

We are going to experiment with the conversion of truclient scripts to the  Web HTPP/HTML protocol (in LR 12).

 

In the documentation it states: "You may have to address correllation in your converted scripts"

 

 

Can you tell us to what extent correllation may work, if at all? 

 

We are also interested of any experiences from the customer base on this conversion functionality.

 

Regards

Kgething.

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hi,

 

The document states that because only you understand your application and all its dynamic values.

 

For dynamic values, we need to correlate it.

 

Please read this artical for more info about correlation: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/HP-LoadRunner-and-Performance/5-tips-to-help-you-correlate-Web-HTTP-scripts-in-HP-LoadRunner/ba-p/6610564#.VWROe0-8PGc

 

Thanks!

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor

what about other things that might be in the TC script like:

 

conditional statements

loops

try-catch blocks

 

Are the above types of code converted?

 

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Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

Flow control is not converted today. I suggest raising an enhancement request in case you find it important.

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