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Loadrunner Correlation - error -26494

I am displayed with below errors when i have more than 10 web_reg_save_param functions placed before an action function.

Action.c(277): Error -26494: At most 10 Frame IDs can be registered [MsgId: MERR-26494]
Action.c(277): Registering web_reg_save_param highest severity level was "ERROR" [MsgId: MMSG-26389]

How do we overcome this problem.



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You need to evaluate whether you really need this many web_reg_save_param functions before a step. Is it anyway possible you can use the array ORD=ALL functionality if the left bound and right bound for multiple occurences is the same?

Having too may web_reg_save_param can impact your script performance as well.

--Amit
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Hi Amit
Thanks for the reply...

I am currently working on a ECM Documentum application , and this WRSP functions are required to placed to capture the dynamic values and i cannot use ORD=ALL, and i can see the REFFRAMEID values are different for all the WRSP functions placed over the action function.

Is there something else i should try.
or any help on error 26494

Thanks

James
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One thing that you could do is pull in all of the text and parse it yourself pulling out each value and placing it an array or seprarate variables.

Alan
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Hi

EMC documentum LR scripts doesn't need all id's in the script to be correlated, actually quite a few of them should be left untouched.

You have to know which are the one's...

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