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Is Load Runner supports angular JS application?

We are having Angular JS application to perform load testing. When i record and replay for one transaction am getting 403 forbidden error message. Please any one can help me regarding this.

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Dwar_sala

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Re: Is Load Runner supports angular JS application?

Hello,

LoadRunner supports Angular.js based applications. TruClient is the most suitable candidate for scripting, however if you need to run many Vusers you should try Web (HTTP/HTML), which will require more expertise and coding efforts.

Not sure why you are getting below error. Can you share more details?

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Shlomi

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Re: Is Load Runner supports angular JS application?

Thanks shlomi Nissim. We are using True client protocol for our application. it's working fine. but we are unable to do parameterization. Please help me how to do parameterization in true client script if you Know.

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Re: Is Load Runner supports angular JS application?

Hi,

You should define parameters in VuGen like you do for other protocols and get the value using Evaluate JavaScript step using TC.getParam statement

See more details in this help page: http://tchelp.saas.hpe.com/en/12.53/Content/TruClient/_tc_parameters.htm

If you are using a version older than 12.53 switch the help center to the version you are using, as there are slight differences in functionality. 12.53 is more advanced

Regards,

Shlomi

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