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Number of Action block limited in TruClient 12.5

I have a Truclient script (loadrunner 12.5) in which I need 12  (or perhaps later more) action blocks.

Unfortunately, Loadrunner TC doesn't allow more that 10 action blocks. Why?

 

The Old Skool loadrunner http protocol allowed a (virtually) unlimited ammount.

 

Is this a bug?  Is there a work-around? 

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Re: Number of Action block limited in TruClient 12.5

This is not a bug. We have made this limitation intentionally due to technical issues. 

 

TruClient is dfiferent than other protocols. This aspect cannot be compared for this reason.

 

 

Regards,

Shlomi

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Re: Number of Action block limited in TruClient 12.5

Hi Shlomi,

I was taking a look at this and had the same question in regard with number of actions. Also I faced a challenge on randomizing user actions. Has that been removed as well as part of the 12.5 Truclient version?

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Re: Number of Action block limited in TruClient 12.5

Hi,

Number of actions is limited to 10. You can randomize it using Run Time Settings > Run Logic tab or using Run Logic tab in TruClient. That is supported.

You can find more info on this help page: http://tchelp.saas.hp.com/en/12.50/Content/TruClient/_tc_c_run_logic.htm

Regards,

Shlomi

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