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VUGen Webservice Protocol - Large XMLs

I am testing a webservice which has a huge input xml request which i am currently testing thro Jmeter.
I am reading the input xmls by reading it from a folder which Jmeter has that feature called "Message Folder". We just need to specify the Folder path location where all xml files are located.

I'm trying to create a similar test script in LoadRunner using Webservices Protocol. I'm able to test a small xml file with no issues and able to parametrize that as well since its input parameters are very few.
But for the large xml which needs lot of input parameters we can't spend time in parametrizing it. So i created a local folder and copied all the input xmls(files) that i'm trying to test into it.

Now i wanted to read the input xmls randomly from that folder using VUGen webservice script and test it.

Could anyone let me know how to read input xmls using VUGen Webservice script.
Thanks.
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Re: VUGen Webservice Protocol - Large XMLs

Anyone have any inputs on this.

Thanks.
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Re: VUGen Webservice Protocol - Large XMLs

May be try them in HTML/HTTP protocol. Use custom request.
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With HTTP protocol custom request, how do you manage the Services and its end points.

Where do you specify the Folder path?
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