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Need guidelines on Flex protocol correlation

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Hi Guys,

 

I have  manual correlation experience  using web_reg_save_param() function for web applications.

I know I have to look in the dynamic value in the Server Response Body  of Replay Log and  also have to look LB and RB in Generation Log.

 

web_reg_save_param("WCSParam_Text2",
    "LB=, ", 
    "RB=)", 
    "Ord=1", 
    "RelFrameId=1", 
    "Search=Body", 
    "IgnoreRedirections=Yes",
    LAST);

 

I don't have any idea of Flex application.

Protocol : flex + Web(Http/Html) 

 

1)Could some one please guide me how to look for dynamic value ?

2)How to perform manual  correlation for flex prortocol ?

3)What is correlation function for flex?

4)I think in flex correlation function no LB,RB right?

 

Please explain with good example.

Please share your experience on flex protocol manual correlation.

 

Thanks,

Raj

 

 

 

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Hi SPP,

 

Thanks ! I figured it.

 

Regards,

Raj

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hi,

 

To work with Flex dynamic values you need to parse the binary to XML first.

To do so you would need you customised jars from developers + jars for Blaze DS.

 

On how to parse to XML, you can refer to a Flex documentation available in you LR, dat dir.

To correlate DSID values in flex you would need to replay the script once and figure out the values from Snapshot->Respone.

You would see a tree stucture for all the attributes in your call, click to Parameterise.

 

Hope this helps.

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Hi SPP,

 

Thanks ! I figured it.

 

Regards,

Raj

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