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Linux machine as load generator -Error -- Unresolved symbol : lr_db_connect

I'm using parameter (lr_db_connect )in LR scripting and used syntax is as below . Its working without any error on Windows R2 2012 Server as load generator after registering  OraOLEDB11.dll for example - “c:\Windows\System32\regsvr32\ OraOLEDB11.dll”

 

("StepName=ZZZ_DBAction",
                  "ConnectionName=DB",
                  "ConnectionString=Provider=OraOLEDB.Oracle.1;Data Source=xyz;Password=x;User ID=x",
                  "ConnectionType=OLEDB",
                  LAST);

 

But When we are trying to run  same script using Linux machine as load generator, we are facing below error –

 

Error: Communication error: Linked List client failed to initialize server pointer. (sys error message - No such file or directory)

vuser_init.c(5): Error: C interpreter run time error: /tmp/brr_W8Ca2d/netdir/C/x10/Scripts/x_SC2_ Create_Ticket/vuser_init.c (5):  Error -- Unresolved symbol : lr_db_connect.

 

 

Load Generator/Controller Version of on Windows Machine-12.02

Load Generator Version on Linux Server- 12.02 (same version as controller)

 

Please let me know in case of any other information.

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Re: Linux machine as load generator -Error -- Unresolved symbol : lr_db_connect

Hi Sachin,

Sorry about the delay in response.

lr_db_connect is only supported on a windows OS, not Linux.

This will explain your problem in running with Linux LG and that specific function.

You can run it in windows OS with no issues.

Good Luck,

Lior

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