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Scripting Challance

Hi,

I recorded a script in loadrunner using http protocal and i did correlation for all dynamic values, but once i replay script got passed sometime and sometimes it got failled most of the times it got failed. we are getting this error "Index out of bound exceptions" . i thought while chooseing data from drapdown list we are failling for reference please find the attachment.

Please help me to resolve this issue.

Regards,

kareemulla

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Re: Scripting Challance

Does Loadrunner supports TCPIP Protocal?

In LR 2.55 community edision protocal list it is not there?

 

 

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Re: Scripting Challance

Hi

the error you're seeing is Java related and may happen due to faulyt coding.

see here for more explanation on this

you may need to try Java over HTTP protocol if you're scripting a combined technology application.

Good Luck,

Lior

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Re: Scripting Challance

Hi

What do you mean TCP/IP? what are you trying to record?

TCP/IP is a very broad term for communication protocol. everthing is TCP/IP.

You need to narrow down the scope of your question.

Thanks,

Lior

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Re: Scripting Challance

Did you check Winsock protocol

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