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Loadrunner 12.53 - How to fix these Statements?

Hello,

I have created a TruClient Script(Web-IE), that run without any problem.

Now I run this script in Controller Scenario. It runs without any error and all transactions are successfully completed. But in log file I saw these Statements

( ->  t=00004185ms: Internal Problem-205177: In DataPointsAdapter::HandleDataPoints(), failed parsing JSON datapoints array.

-> t=00005266ms: Internal Probelm-205177: In BreakdownsAdapter::HandleBreakdowns(), failed parsing JSON breakdowns array.)

How can I fix this?

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Re: Loadrunner 12.53 - How to fix these Statements?

Hi,

I'm also facing this behavior. Any clue someone please?

 

Edit: my bad, I found a knowledge document about this issue and how to fix it: https://softwaresupport.hpe.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM02472328

In short, it's linked to the regional setting for the decimal, it must be the dot, not the comma.

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Re: Loadrunner 12.53 - How to fix these Statements?

Thanks for the response, Sylvain. 

I've the same error after VuGen/Controller execution, and if you change the language options through the Control Panel (with the simbol point like decimal separator) the problem doesn't reoccur. 

Lorenzo

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