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Load runner error - 'Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote host di

I am using Loadrunner to load test a Flex application ( which used AMF protocol).
It throws the error :

"Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote host disabling session cookies. Session cookies must be enabled to manage the client connection correctly"

Please help me out.
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Re: Load runner error - 'Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote host di

If you correlate the different arguments in the flex_amf_call() function using the lr_xml_get_values() you will not get this error.

I too faced the same error and correlating one of the Ids solved my problem.

Hope this helps!
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Re: Load runner error - 'Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote host di

Hi,

Can you send me an example of how you were able to utilize the lr_xml_get_value function?
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Re: Load runner error - 'Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote hos

Problem may also be with the Run time settings. Under Browser emulation, Uncheck the checkbox

                                    Simulate a new user on each iteration

If this is not working, then some value in the flex request..i.e. Flex call needs to be correlated. This will surely solve the issue.. 🙂

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Re: Load runner error - 'Detected duplicate HTTP-based FlexSessions, generally due to the remote hos

i got the same error after configurung ssl in my application .i am using flex 3.0 and java ,spring,hibernate,blaze ds ,message broker.

i went through various article but nothing worked for me .is there any way to solve this issue ..Plz reply

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