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Java record reply - compile script failed

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Hi team,

I am getting "Compile scrip failed" with zero error message.  Please find the steps below that I am performing.

1. Start VUGen, select JavaRecordReply protoco 

2. Just hit the compile button 

3. Compile scrpt failed error.

Please find the screen shot.

I have tried mapping 

1. runtime setting - mapping classes , classes/srv, rt.jar

2. Set the environment variable so JDK work properly 

 

Please suggest.

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Re: Java record reply - compile script failed

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Hi Chau, 

My issue got resolve after mappting java 1.7 to it , [i.e Runtime setting -> java VM -> Use the specified JDK - give java 1.7 path there ]

Earlier i was java 1.8 which was throwing error.

 

Thanks for you time 🙂 

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Re: Java record reply - compile script failed

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Hello Rupesh,

What is your LoadRunner version? Java JDK version? 32bit or 64bit?

When you got the error, in Output tab/Compilation, did you see any message there?

Kindly share with us.

Regards,

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


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Re: Java record reply - compile script failed

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Hi Chau, 

My issue got resolve after mappting java 1.7 to it , [i.e Runtime setting -> java VM -> Use the specified JDK - give java 1.7 path there ]

Earlier i was java 1.8 which was throwing error.

 

Thanks for you time 🙂 

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