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Need help with flex/BIN correlation

hello,

 

I have recorded scripts in FLEX protocol and facing issues with correlation.

in the first place, one of the amf call response has huge binary data and while viewing snapshot I see an error :

Response data was not parsed. Binary data presented loadrunner[hence cannot correlate with lr_xml_get_values]

Somehow I can see the dyamic data in the raw response.. The response string excerpt is "\x06P\x01\x06!PRC000717\x01\x01\n"

I want to capture PRC000717, and have not been successful.

 

Here is what I have tried in correlation and none of them are returning me results.

1. "LB/BIN=\x21","RB/BIN=\x01" [ considering != \x21]

2. "LB/BIN=\x06!","RB/BIN=\x01"

3. Regexp=PRC(.*?),

 

Where am I going wrong ?

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Re: Need help with flex/BIN correlation

Hello,

Have you followed the step 3) in this post: /t5/LoadRunner-Practitioners-Forum/Flex-correlation-issue/m-p/6920645

to load the huge binary data to snapshot? 

Regards,

Bingle

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Re: Need help with flex/BIN correlation

In your message you've indicated that the step should have been generated as FLEX. Can you please specifiy what is the content-type header in the step in teh script?

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Re: Need help with flex/BIN correlation

hello H20_2,

There are not content headers in the script. The request is flex_amf_call and the response is also and XML but not the full response. The response XML shows like this :<byte-array>ERTrtetrertlGowL7boFAoFaQ==</byte-array> which I suspect is not showing me the actual response.

 

Thank you.

 

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Re: Need help with flex/BIN correlation

hi Bingle,

 

Yes large snapshot viewing is not an issue , and I am able to view them.

Thank you.

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