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LoadRunner 9.1 Scripting issue for thick client application

Hi,

I am working in ODBC Scripting for one of the Client Project using LoadRunner 9.1. I am facing issues while recording the Thick Client application.

Thick Client Application is developed in C# and it is using ODBC Protocol for communicating the DB server.

At first, I tried to record the script with ODBC protocol but unable to capture any events. Please let me know which protocol suits the application.

Any inputs to resolve my problem are highly appreciated.

Many Thanks,
Sowbhagya
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Re: LoadRunner 9.1 Scripting issue for thick client application

What is the database it is connecting to? Check whether it is using ODBC or any other. You may enable ODBC tracing and verify.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.1 Scripting issue for thick client application

Try using COM/DCOM protocol
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Re: LoadRunner 9.1 Scripting issue for thick client application

I tried recording the script using COM/DCOM protocol but unable to capture any events.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.1 Scripting issue for thick client application

What version of LR you are using? Did u try protocol advisor feature?. If nothing is working out then you need to monitor the nature of traffic between client and server using fiddler or wireshark. Also try multi-protocol combination of ODBC and COM DCOM.

Do let me know for furthur assistance

Regards,
Imran
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