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script getting failed at regular interval

Hi Experts,

We have recored the script for one critical application using web(http/htnml) protocol.At one sucessfull runs scripts fails giving internal server 500 error.

Please suggest how should i go further..manually we are able to hit into the same page(mini statement)..than why web_url is getting failed giving 500 errror

Please suggest

Points will be appreciated..

Thaanks
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Re: script getting failed at regular interval

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Re: script getting failed at regular interval

Hi,

Whether you made necessary correlation & parameterization to the script?
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Re: script getting failed at regular interval

Proper correlation will solve ur problem......
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Re: script getting failed at regular interval

Dear all,

Correalation is proper...i am not able to see any dynamic values from the the given..pls find the screenshot attached..

If you are having any idea after looking at screenshot pls help us to resolve the same

Thanks
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Re: script getting failed at regular interval

compare what you recorded for that call with what you are posting now to the server. You could identify the differences.

You are not sending the request as the server could digest, so internal server error.

you may be missing some header too, as the request does not have body and expect everything in the URL
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