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Is there any way to change the sorting order in LR11 Analysis?

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I have observed that it is sorting the data lexically in LR11 analysis where as it numarically sorts in LR 9.5.

 

See the attached screen shot taken from LR11 analysis which sorted the data lexically.

 

Is there any way to define/set in LR11 analyis to use numerical sort instead of lexical sort?

 

THANKS in advance.

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I applied the following patches in my load runner machines and it solved the sorting issue.

1. Installed analysis specific patch LR_03014.EXE on the load runner machine where LR11 is only installed.

2. Installed the patches LR_03014.exe, LR_03063.exe, LR_03105.exe on the load runner machine that has FULL LR11 installation.

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Which patch level do you have installed?

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I do not have any patch/service pack installed.  I have LR11.00.0.0

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I applied the following patches in my load runner machines and it solved the sorting issue.

1. Installed analysis specific patch LR_03014.EXE on the load runner machine where LR11 is only installed.

2. Installed the patches LR_03014.exe, LR_03063.exe, LR_03105.exe on the load runner machine that has FULL LR11 installation.

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