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SOAP protocol and XML in LoadRunner

I need to know if LoadRunner supports the SOAP protocol and XML, so we could potentially craft a SAML XML SOAP request within LoadRunner to post it. I also want a sample LoadRunner script that executes this type of protocol to use as a working reference to build our own
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Hello Digish,

Yes, LoadRunner support SOAP communication. You can use Web Services protocol for this.

Thanks!!
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Thanks for your reply.
Is there any sample script for doing the same, it would be of great help to me.
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I already attached a sample script which you can also replay at your end.
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I got the script, but is there any URL from which I can get more detailed scripts for this. If, yes then please let me know.

Thanks
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Dont know. I just created on sample script for you.
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Hi,

 

Can I get any document which gives the detailed steps on how to create and test a vugen script using Web Services protocol? Help would be much appreciated...

 

Regards,

RK

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@Kodipaka, The LoadRunner user manual is a good start. It has pretty good descriptions on how to get started.

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