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Installing LR (12.50) on BPM (9.26) machine

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Hello Experts,

I have installed BPM 9.26 and now I'm trying to install LR 12.50, but I have this error:

The following Applications must be uninstalled before you can install HP LoadRunner
HP LoadRunner - Load Generator
For more information, see the LoadRunner
Should I remove LR (Installed during BPM Installation - LGSA) from BPM machine and then install a clean installation of LR?

I attached error message displayed.

Adrián

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Re: Installing LR (12.50) on BPM (9.26) machine

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 Hi Adrlan,

You got the issue because LoadRunner full installation also has LG installation on it. It is not recommended to install LoadRunner ans BPM on same machine. Not only because of LG, but also the other component of LoadRunner -Vugen.

https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM200724

BPM and Vugen share sam files and they will conflict when we install on same machine. You should install LoadRunner and BPM on different machines.

 

Regards,

Chau Nguyen | SW Technical Support Consultant.
LoadRunner and Performance Center


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Re: Installing LR (12.50) on BPM (9.26) machine

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 Hi Adrlan,

You got the issue because LoadRunner full installation also has LG installation on it. It is not recommended to install LoadRunner ans BPM on same machine. Not only because of LG, but also the other component of LoadRunner -Vugen.

https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM200724

BPM and Vugen share sam files and they will conflict when we install on same machine. You should install LoadRunner and BPM on different machines.

 

Regards,

Chau Nguyen | SW Technical Support Consultant.
LoadRunner and Performance Center


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Re: Installing LR (12.50) on BPM (9.26) machine

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Hello Chau,

Many thanks for your feedback! and thanks for the KM information 😃

Kindly Regards,
Adrián

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Re: Installing LR (12.50) on BPM (9.26) machine

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Buenas tardes,

 

Alguien me puede ayudar a indicar por que en un servidor (gateway1) no esta escribiendo los archivos .log?? y como resolverlo??Porfavor su ayuda y gracias!

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Re: Installing LR (12.50) on BPM (9.26) machine

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Hi Ivan,

Thank you for choosing HP Enterprise Support Community. Could you please re-post your question here in English? This will help everybody in the Forum understand the discussion and allow them to participate as well. Thanks.

Regards,
Parvez_AL
(I am a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Employee)
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