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Loadrunner 9.5 and Flex 3 , AMF application Recording issues

Hi,

we are facing following issues while recording application. We are using loadrunner version 9.5 and tried with protocols Flex, AMF and Web(http/html)
Please advise.

1)Loadrunner 9.5 flex protocol description shows "Flex protocol emulates protocolsuite found in Flex2 SDK. will this support Flex 3?

2)Events are getting captured after the page load and same response is continuosly occurring.
even after closing browser events are getting captured.

3)There is no difference between two events when recorded using Flex protocol or - Action message format protocol. Also these two protocols cannot be combined as it shows "incompatible". We were able to record them separately with web(http/html).

4)Which protocol combinations suggested in loadrunner 9.5 for Flex3 - Action message format application?

Thanks,
Venkat
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Re: Loadrunner 9.5 and Flex 3 , AMF application Recording issues

Flex3 is supported with Flex protocol. Flex is a technology and AMF is one of the formats a flash application can use for communication.


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Re: Loadrunner 9.5 and Flex 3 , AMF application Recording issues

Have you been able to find a solution as we are also facing the same exact issue you have mentioned ?

Thank you,
Prashanth
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