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[VuGen] Script replay problem

Hi all,
I am record a VuGen script to do the deposit operation on an website, but comes with a question: I want pick up the random generated number by the server and save it to some place else, so I try to use the correlation. But every time I replay the script, it's just display this information:

Action.c(1105): Error -26377: No match found for the requested parameter "WCSParam_Text1". Check whether the requested boundaries exist in the response data. Also, if the data you want to save exceeds 10240 bytes, use web_set_max_html_param_len to increase the parameter size [MsgId: MERR-26377]
Action.c(1105): web_submit_data("depositFeeAction.go_2") highest severity level was "ERROR", 3863 body bytes, 589 header bytes [MsgId: MMSG-26388]

the web_set_max_html_param_len is modified to 10240, so the problem should be no data was matching the correlation rule, I check the extended replay log, shows that when I do the submit step, the fowllowing information will be shown up:

Action.c(1105): Redirecting "http://130.38.18.248:7001/unibss/depositFeeAction.go" (redirection depth is 0) [MsgId: MMSG-26694]
Action.c(1105): To location "https://130.38.18.179:6002/cas/login?service=http%3A%2F%2F130.38.18.248%3A7001%2Funibss" [MsgId: MMSG-26693]

redirect to the login service? so the correlation doesn't work correctly, How does loadrunner handle this problem when recording the script? totally get lost here.
Does anyone met this problem before? Advice appreciated.
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