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Load Runner - Web tours application

While trying to start the web server for Mercury tours application, an error related to Port 1080 already in use by another server appears. Due to this, unable to run the mercury tours application.

Kindly let me know how to free the port or start the server
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Re: Load Runner - Web tours application

I am too getting this problem
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Re: Load Runner - Web tours application

Hi,
Do you have a iis on this server ?
if yes you need to check the port that every site use under iis.
When you find the site that use this port stop it.
and try to start the web server
Luca
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Re: Load Runner - Web tours application

which version of LR you are working in?
Have you restarted you PC?
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Re: Load Runner - Web tours application

Hello,

I am using HP LoadRunner 12.53 Community Edition .

I have followed Prerequisites process as well which is mentioned on HP site.

Thanks

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Re: Load Runner - Web tours application

Hello,

you can open the file:

C:\Program Files (x86)\HPE\LoadRunner\WebTours\conf\httpd.conf

find the line:

Listen 1080

change it to other port you like. save the file then restart the tours.

Thanks,

Bingle(LoadRunner R&D)

 

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