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load runner V 9.50 tool to do a stress testing

I am using the load runner V 9.50 tool to do a stress testing for an e-service system, but I am facing the following problem; after I have recorded the required scenario I did a right click on the submit section then I click on properties in virtual user generator; but the problem is that some fields such as first name , second name , summary, etc did not exists in the "submit data setup properties" dialog.
so how can i let the tool to add the above field as i need to insert different values when i playing back the script
Thanks
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Re: load runner V 9.50 tool to do a stress testing

John,

Please refrain from asking the same question in multiple threads. Let's stick with your topic "load runner V 9.50 tool to do a stress testing", since we already have some replies.

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Re: load runner V 9.50 tool to do a stress testing

but this question is different than the one u r referring to it ...
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Re: load runner V 9.50 tool to do a stress testing

Oh! Sorry - I was pasting into a different case.

This is probably a good time for you to 'View Script' instead of relying on the Tree View. This will show how the data is being submitted. The web_submit_data call may be incomplete, or it may be a different call altogether.
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