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correlation failing

Performed manualcorrelation, the script was successful when replayed, but when the login part of the script was placed in the vuserinit the script failed.could any expalin me whyisit happening how to overcome the issue.
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Re: correlation failing

Could you playback your script with full logging turned on and zip up the c-files, output.txt, and mdrv.log files and post them here for review.

It is difficult to answer a question like this without seeing your script and the data returned from the server.

Alan
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Re: correlation failing

Please find the replay log and script in the attachment. the script passes when all the script played in the action, i.e without splliting
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Re: correlation failing

You need to move the web_reg_find that is at the bottom of the vuser_init.c file/section to the top of the action.c file/section.

Alan
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Re: correlation failing

Hi ,

If the correlation is getting failed that means dynamic values are not properly working as expected to give the desired results, definately you are missing some thing in your script , it may be you are not replacing the correlation variable in the all locations or missing some where a place that you need to do the correlation for the script.

    Also check in Runtime data whether all the required parameters are passed with the accurate values.

Hope you will recheck the script with proper validations in place.

Reagrds,

Surya Kosuri.

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