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Error when trying to record a test with Loadrunner

Hi everybody.

Currently i try to evaluate Loadrunner for our company. But when i try to record a new test i always get an error (see attached file).

After a few tries i noticed that when i try to start the AUT from a netdrive the error occurs, but when the *.exe is located on the local harddrive the AUT starts without the error.

Can anybody tell me how i can start the AUT from a netdrive without the error?

The AUT is a ERP application based on WPF and runs on Windows 10.

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Re: Error when trying to record a test with Loadrunner

Hello

First of all, WPF does mean that the protocol used is .net, right? And I also assume that you used the latest version 12.53.

Second have you checked if there is anything in the recording log. You can find it here:

find_recording_log.png

When starting from netdrive, are you running it via unc-path? If so, try and map a drive and run it from there.

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Re: Error when trying to record a test with Loadrunner

Hi and thanks for your reply.

To First:  Yes, you assumed right the AUT uses the .Net protocol and i use the 12.53 version of loadrunner.

To second: The recording log stays always empty.

I tried to mapped the drive as you suggested and it worked, but if the app's config is still written with the UNC it doesn't work.

 

Okay, now i am able to record y first test, but unfortunately as soon as i try to playback the test i get a whole lot of errors.

Like: "The type or namespace ‘Controls’ does not exist in the class or namespace ‘System.Windows’ (are you missing an assembly reference?)"

or: the name 'Oracle_Data_Adapter' does not exist in the current context unity

Still searching for a solution. Can you help me with that (with a link, advice or a hint)?

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