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LoadRunner & SAP Net Weaver correlation

Anyone have any experience doing this.
The auto corrleation engine finds zip.

Look for some tips on doing it the hardway ..
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I did not see any either. I did hear I thought that the new click and script for SAP would work with NetWeaver but I have not tried it. We use SAP Portal but also use the SAP development environment WebDynpro which I have heard from HP is not supported under the SAP Click and Script but I have not tried.
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First thing you need to do is to disable temporarily the gzip option of the client, so you can actually see the messages.
Next thing is to capture communications, normally XML messages.

This happens in port 7777 by default on mobile client.

Regards,
H.
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SAP Click and Script does work NetWeaver with WebDynpro under 9.1 (it does not say it is suppored but that does not mean it will not work). I did find a previous version, 8.1 I think it was did not work. It works about as good as expected however. There are issue around it working with drop list, etc but so does QTP until you figure out how to click (what order) or to customize the calls via help.
NetWeaver and WebDynpro have a ton of dynamic sessions, etc that open and close all over the place. I created correlation rules for SAP Web which work but SAP Click and Script is much faster and seems to be working for me. Don't ask me if I have compared a script between SAP Web and SAP Click and Script for performance, ignorance is bliss.
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is there is anyway that you can export those SAP correlation rules and provide them to me? i would be very appreciative if you do
Thanks
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