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oracle nca + web scripting issue in lr 9.10

Hi Exeprts,

I am recording one application with web+oracle nca protocol.

I am login with dns based url and everytime it is hitting to different servers and proceeds so my scripts failed in the next run

Action.c(57): Error: nca_connect_server: cannot communicate with host 10.16.17.179 on port 7778

pls suggest how to handle the such case

help will really appreciated..i have all load balancer ip and port also.

is parametrization works in this case how sholud i proceed?

Pls suggest

Thanks

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Hi Parkar


The URL you use in the script, Is that one the loadbalancer URL's?

--Regards
--Mario
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yes
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Nvr Blame a day in ur life....... Good day gives "happiness" & Bad day gives "experience" ......
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hi parkar,

Firstly correlate the data that is dynamic when ur logging into oracle application (i.e Submit data function).

Secondly after login completes correlate transactionid or some times it will be taken as _ti, oas= parameters.

Even u need to correlate Module, Config, RESP attributes in nca_connect_server function. U need to correlate the Port attribute if the the url is hitting different servers.

I think this will resolve the issue.
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