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TruClient successfully runs test in interactive mode, fails when running via VuGen

Hi,

 

I have a TruClient script that I am running on LoadRunner (VuGen) 11.0, patch 3. When I replay the script in 'develop' mode (In Mozilla Firefox) it successfully replayed, including validating a specific object.


However, when I run the script in Vugen it returns a  "Target Object not found" error for that object. If I upload the script to our BSM montior, it will always fail on that step.

 

I tried the following:

 

  • Refining/training the object
  • Using a different object
  • Adding supporting objects around the object
  • Adding a 'wait' statement prior to validation 

I am aware there is a "solved" answer to this, but the "solution" is to apply a patch, and I am patched all the way up to the latest version. (11.0 patch 3)

 

Is there anything else I can do?

 

Thanks,

 

Marla

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Re: TruClient successfully runs test in interactive mode, fails when running via VuGen

I am experiencing the same issue;

did you (or anybody) find a solution?

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Re: TruClient successfully runs test in interactive mode, fails when running via VuGen

Hello - Did you find any solution/alternative to this problem? I'm working on a new project and using TruClient for the first time and running into the same when out under load.

Any feedeback is highly appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance!

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