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Correlating Cachebusters

HI All, 

WOrking on applicaiton which is developed using angular js, the applicaiton has something called cachebusters- its adynamic values which gets generated so as to make browser make a call to server(implement to increase the hits ont he site- inturn revenue).. . This dynamic value is comin as part of the request not the response....

has anyone faced similar issue- any pointers or suggestion would be great help.

web_custom_request("ABC", 
        "URL=https://XYZZ?cacheBuster=1490127656731", 
        "Method=POST", 
        "Resource=0", 

 

In code generation log i see below

****** Request Header For Transaction With Id 368 ******
GET /rest/XYZ/1?cacheBuster=1490127656731 HTTP/1.1

Thanks

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Re: Correlating Cachebusters

Hi Vishwanath,

Which HPE product are you referring to? Is it Loadrunner? If you can let me know then i can move your post to the approrpiate forum category where an Expert can assist you.

Regards,
Parvez_AL
(I am a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Employee)
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Re: Correlating Cachebusters

Please check this link http://qainsights.com/tag/correlation/


Thank you,
NaveenKumar Namachivayam | www.QAInsights.com
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