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Load Runner 11 Re-play problems



I am currently working on a project with LoadRunner 11 installed in remote windows 2003 Server in Country A.  I am in Country B and have remote desk top access to LR 11.  It seems to be very slow.


We built Web Form to populate data to the application server which has no front end.  VU Gen with Web protocol recognised all form properties and generated the scripts but failed to capture the connection to the server.  In the logfile,It says,"No Application Server, Connection Closed"


When we re-play it takes more than a minute to load the web form, the scripts run but it even failed to populate the form.

I am unable to come to any conclusion. 


I asume the Web Form connection to the server is not wriiten properly but when you manually enter data, it works.

Secondly, the  remote Windows server browser is not setup properly but it loads the web form.


Please someone help me to re-solve this problem.


Many thanks


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Re: Load Runner 11 Re-play problems

As far as the connection what is the latency between the two sites. That will determine how responsive the connection will be.


With respect to your error, it would be tough to tell without seeing your script and the extended log. If you can playback your script with Extended logging turned on and all the check boxes selected and post it here maybe we can help.



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