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Issue defining SLA in Controller ...

I have a new Web/http script. LR 12.5. Controller scenario is working. I setup an SLA in the Controller for Transaction Response Time.

 

But here's the odd thing. I have about 12 different transactions defined in the script. But in the SLA editor, the only transactions available to choose from are the two transactions in the init() and end() sections (login and logout). None of the transactions in the Action() section are available. I've never seen this before. Any ideas?

The missing transactions appear in the results in VUGen, and I can see them fine in the Controller during a test. And they show up in Analysis.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Chris

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Re: Issue defining SLA in Controller ...

Hello Chris,

May I know if the scripts were recorded on the same version of LoadRunner that you currently have?

Sometimes this generates some conflicts.

If was recorded on a different version, please try to regenerate the script, omake a new recording.

 

Regards,

Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Issue defining SLA in Controller ...

Thanks, Daniela. And yes, scripts just recorded this week, all same version.

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