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Web reg save param fails in Controller if used more than 1 user

A script with parameterization fails in controller when ever the user qty is more than 1
The values are dynamic and passed thru the url. It worked fine with 1 user 10 iterations,
We are using LR Version 9.51.

FYI.. using "Unique" and "Once" in the user param table.

Appreciate all your help

Thanks.

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Re: Web reg save param fails in Controller if used more than 1 user

Wait - which are you doing, correlation using web_reg_save_param, or using a table of parameters? Those are two separate methods of parameterizing values.
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Re: Web reg save param fails in Controller if used more than 1 user

Thanks for your reply James,

I must have confused here... i am doing correlation using web_reg_save_param but i also wanted to give info about the Username Parameter which is from a param table.

Few more details, this script has 2 actions and Action 2 is about the task which generates only after Action 1 is completed. Action 2 is the place where the correlation is taking place. This is where the below error is showing up.

Action2.c(118): Error -26377: No match found for the requested parameter "TaskA2ID". Check whether the requested boundaries exist in the response data. Also, if the data you want to save exceeds 2024 bytes, use web_set_max_html_param_len to increase

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Re: Web reg save param fails in Controller if used more than 1 user

Found the solution :

Since the webpage had to be refreshed to get the param value, we were looping to look for param to a certain number of times. when LR didnt find on the first occurance it throwed up an error and exited.

Just used "Notfound=warning" and it worked.
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