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Oracle CC&B Order Creation Scripting Support

Hello HP Software Support,

 I would like to seek help on what could be missing in our script since we already correlated everything that the “Order” scenario we are creating are already close to 100% identical but still our script failed to pass our AUT verification process.

 Our application is Oracle CC&B, I already used different protocols during recording such as Web – HTTP/HTML, Oracle Web and OracleNCA.

 OracleNCA did not record anything since CC&B is mostly a web part rather than a forms. The recording output of Oracle Web doesn’t have difference when recording using Web – HTTP/HTML protocol. So we stick with Web HTTP/HTML protocol.

 The scenario we are testing is a creation of order. Before the order can be submitted, there are is a verification function in placed to check verify all fields and IDs. During LoadRunner script replay, we already parameterized and correlated all fields, values and IDs that the order being created is already close to 100% identical but it still fail at some point during the verification function. When checking manually the orders created all fields, data and IDs are already correct but it still cannot pass the verification process.

 Currently we are using HP LoadRunner 12.53 Patch 4.

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