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Unable to capture imageid with LR 9.1

We have a requirement to test Application using LR9.1. We are facing some issues while recording the Application for Web Http/HTML protocol. Some contents of the Application is built with Flex using Adobe Flash player versions 10. After navigating through application it generates a BIRT report.
In response to generating report it generates unique imageid before generating report . We are unable to capture\correlate these Imageid’s in the server response. It is throwing error while replaying script as it comes to generate report transaction as

A01_Report_General.c(867): \t// Error msgs\n
A01_Report_General.c(867): \tConstants.error.invalidPageRange = 'Invalid page range';\n
A01_Report_General.c(867): \tConstants.error.parameterRequired = 'The parameter \\"{0}\\" is required.';\n
A01_Report_General.c(867): \tConstants.error.parameterNotAllowBlank = 'The parameter \\"{0}\\" cannot be blank.';\n
A01_Report_General.c(867): \tConstants.error.parameterNotSelected = 'Please select value for parameter \\"{0}\\".';\n
A01_Report_General.c(867): \tConstants.error.invalidPageNumber = 'Please enter valid page number.';\n
A01_Report_General.c(867): \tConstants.error.unknownError = 'Unknown error.';

The Imageids look like this

And these imageids forms a part of URL Hit and if not properly correlated throws error HTTP Status Code 404(NOT Found) error.

Kindly suggest
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