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what does (HTTP_200) and (HTTP_400) means in the report generated by the loadrunner analysis tool

In the report generated by the loadrunner analysis tool i found under the "HTTP Responses Summary" section two terms (HTTP_200) & (HTTP_400) so what does these values means , the table look like this:-

HTTP Responses Total Per second
HTTP_200 2,400 7.894
HTTP_400 500 0.181
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i have checked on the net that "http_400" represents (The request contains bad syntax or cannot be fulfilled), so in the report i got there was about 4,800 HTTP_200 requests, & 100 HTTP_400 requests, so is it normal to have 100 HTTP_400 request on the report as they represents requests that contains bad syntax or cannot be fulfilled, and will the problem be in the system am testing or in the loadrunner tool ?
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Have you modified the calls that are getting the 400 error? Have you checked your Generation log to see if you got 400 errors for these calls when you recorded the script? You should be able to look in the Controller output messages at the bottom of your analysis session to determine what calls returned the 400.

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