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LR 12.55 web http, javaScript - Error - exception raised while calling invocaton function

Hello

I recorded a simple web http protocol script, using JavaScript as scripting language.

Recorded application successfully and all looked good, but a few transactions into the script it failed due to the following message:

Error: An exception was raised while calling invocation function in interpreter extension jsext.dll: System Exceptions: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION.

Any ideas? I can't see anything wrong with my script.

Thank you.

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Hello,

Greetings,

The error could be related to the javascript you add into the script and it happens too because of memory leaks.

Could you confirm the following.

* It happens while running a load test or just replaying the script?

* Are you trying to load any parameter with the js function added?

jgor2810

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Thanks for your reply Jgor2810 and sorry for delay in responding.

This occurs on script replay, and added JavaScript is a good suggestion. I'm thinking it may be because of a correlation. When I swapped out web.regSaveParamAttrib( for web.regSaveParamEx( it seems to run ok

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Could you please provide the script and replay log if there's no sensitive data inside.

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