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LoadRunner 9.5 supports Flex 3.0 application?

Does LoadRunner 9.5 support Flex 3.0 application?

If we purchase the Web 2.0 Bundle which includes the Flex protocol; can we use it to test applications using Flex 3.0

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Re: LoadRunner 9.5 supports Flex 3.0 application?

Sweta - Yes, it supports.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.5 supports Flex 3.0 application?

I was told that I must have 9.52, service pack 2 installed. Then it worked.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.5 supports Flex 3.0 application?

Hi All,

I was trying to record a Flex 3.0 application with Loadrunner 9.5 SP2. But I am facing some problems, like the code is getting generated in Binary, the replay does not display the screenshot. It displays only AMF Secured message etc.

I also tried the option of placing the Jar files in a specified location and mentioned the same in the Flex->Externalizable Objects Option. But still the issue is the same.

Please suggest the procedure that you followed.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.5 supports Flex 3.0 application?

I had upgraded to LR9.52 and then added all the application & flex related jar files in recording options.

I got the flex_amf_call() functions with xml data. (No binary)

I then correlated the DSId and the script worked fine. However u will not be able to view in the run-time browser as it does not support streaming xml.

Thanks
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