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[LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

Hi,
for some of the test results, when I try to run Analysis App on the .lrr file, I get the error message as specified in the Subject.

Can anyone provide more details on what it could be and how it can be avoided?

Thanks,
Prem
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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

Prem,

Modify the value of stop_time in the .lrr file

1. Go to the Results folder and open the .lrr file using a word editor.

2. Modify the stop_time line from stop_time=0 to stop_time=.

3. Save the file and close it, then try to open it in Analysis.

How did this go?

~~Shivaram
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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

Tip: Look at the time of the files in your results directory to determine the start and stop time of your test. The .def files should give you the start time and the "log" folder timestamp should indicate your stop time. You can use those times to calculate the value that you need to enter in the Stop_time line. Usually what I find is that the Stop_time line is totally missing and needs to be added to the .lrr file.

So caluclate the total number of seconds in your test and add that number to Start_time value and modify/create the Stop_time= line.

Alan
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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

I dont see a stop time in the scenario's .lrr file.
So, if the stop time is missing, can I go ahead and put it under the Start_time field?
And is this format correct? "Stop_time=
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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

Yes, just go ahead as I described and determine the number of seconds that you need to add to the Start_time and add a Stop_time= below and give that a try.

Alan
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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

I have the below content in the .lrr file and I still see the issue. The start and the stop time is present in the file.

 

[Scenario]

Product=HP LoadRunner Controller

Version=11.0.0.0

Path=G:\Loadrunr\Project\CSPNet\Related Projects\Session DB Prod Support\Scenario\110916_All_Domains.lrs

Subject=100728_CSPNet_Member_150Users_2Hrs

Result_file=g:\loadrunr\project\cspnet\related projects\session db prod support\results\cspnet_110919_0500pm\cspnet_110919_0500pm.lrr

Description=

ResultName=cspnet_110919_0500pm

Time_Zone=21600

Start_time=1316530223

Daylight_Bias=-60

Stop_time=1316532880

[Configuration]

Public_local=1

Is_mix=1

Is_runner_file=0

Runner_file=

[Running_mode]

Start_reason=By command

Stop_reason=By command

[Data Collection]

FullData=1

[Scenario_summary]

Scenario Type=Manual Scenario

Goal Profile Name=Default Schedule

Mode=Group Scheduling

Scenario Duration=Unknown duration

Load Behavior=Defined per scenario group

[Wan_Emulation]

d5tg62b1=

d9nzzmb1=

pc16674=

dg19j7c1=

[Scripts]

wam_horizonzone_v1=G:\Loadrunr\Project\WAM\Scripts\2010_Corporate\WAM_HorizonZone_V1\WAM_HorizonZone_V1.usr

suitability_accountrank_int=G:\Loadrunr\Project\Suitability\Scripts\Aug2010\Suitability_AccountRank_INT\Suitability_AccountRank_INT.usr

[Scripts_types]

wam_horizonzone_v1=Multi+QTWeb

suitability_accountrank_int=Multi+QTWeb

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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

I do not see anything wrong with your .lrr flie. It looks like your scenario ran for just over 44 minutes. If you double click on the .lrr file you still get the error message that is in the subject line of the post?

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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

Yes, I still get the same error.

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Re: [LRAnalysis9.10] Error 75012: Stop Time is 0 in the .lrr file

Hi

Change the "Start_reason=By command" to "Start_reason=By a user"

It will work.

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