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XML custom requests

im am running a script that are sending thousands of xml requests using we_custom_request. Is there a way i can keep track of how many pass and how many fail. I was going to put a counter on it but i tried with text check and that doesnt work. is there a log or something i can see through loadrunner.
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Re: XML custom requests

Yes, you can do xml validations in Web Services protocol.
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Re: XML custom requests

I dont have a sevice test license. is there any other way of acheiving that.
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Re: XML custom requests

Kevin,

You can try with lr_xml_*** functions to verify the xml responses.

If your xml responses too large it may be difficult.

Regards,
Madan
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Re: XML custom requests

I took a look at the lr_xml functions and that i don''t think thats going to help me. I basically want to create 2 counters Pass and Fail. Being that there is no server response in the tree view is there any other way of putting a checkpoint in on the success or failure in the data be returned by the server.
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Re: XML custom requests

If you can send us the xml result of Pass and Fail, then I can think of the alternatives.

Regards,
Madan
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