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Multiple Iteration not working for Vaadin application

Hi,

I have Vaadin 7.0 application. I recorded using WEB HTTP/HTML protocol in Loadrunner. I recorded Login in vuser_init, Business flow in Action and Logout in vuser_end. It is failing for 2nd Iteration. But when I keep all requests in action, it works fine.

I have recorded First Screen and Last screen of action as same. I also unchecked "Simulate vuser on each iteration" option in run time settings, all correlations are proper.

Please guide me if anyother settings or requests need to be handled partcularly  for Vaadin application.

 

Thanks

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Re: Multiple Iteration not working for Vaadin application

Hi Prakhar, 

seems that there's something wrong in the business algorythm: are you sure that the requests in Action are perfectly repeatable? Maybe it's necessary to add some request at the end of the Action section or maybe you have to copy the first or the last request at the beginning or at the bottom of the bytecode. 

Have you tried to record your script in TruClient? I think it's more simple to develop the loop algorythm with this protocol. 

Let me know if this can help you, 

Lorenzo

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Re: Multiple Iteration not working for Vaadin application

Hi Lorenzo,

Trueclient is not working while replaying for my application. The URl always remains same and it calls web services internally when I navigate the application, so replay fails after Init.

Thanks

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