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Oracale NCA Protocol Error Action.c(399): Error: nca_lov_retrieve_items failed.

Scenario:

Screen navigation through oracle Application.

Note: User the Keyboards for navigation in Oracle application.

Error:

Action.c(399): Error: nca_lov_retrieve_items("Organizations") failed, Window or object is not displayed.

The window currently in focus: "Error".

The last popup/alert message received: "stop - Cannot complete applications logon. You may have entered an invalid applications password,or there may have been a database connect error."

Script part where error is encountered:

nca_set_window("Organizations");     

nca_lov_retrieve_items("Organizations", 1, 17);

 

can someone provide any inputs to resolve the above issue.

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Re: Oracale NCA Protocol Error Action.c(399): Error: nca_lov_retrieve_items fail

Need more info.

Can you paste your LR script into a response?

Need to see how you are connecting to the server, also pacing (think time) and could you also state what your Pragma mode settings are in the runtime settings?

 

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Re: Oracale NCA Protocol Error Action.c(399): Error: nca_lov_retrieve_items fail

Thanks for the reply.

Checked each recoding and replay responses for each trasaction

But in script part one request was not correlated which inturn caused the error

Found out the icx ticket was autocorreated but it was not corrlated in nca connect server part of the script which inturn caused the error.

 

 

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