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Siebel Web- Relogin issue during load test

Hello All,

We are in some serious problem with an issue which is resurfacing very frequently during load tests. Below is the problem statement.

Problem: We have created the scripts using Siebel Web protocol and while running the load test, Siebel team is complaining that they are seeing many Relogin sessions in their application which is caused by the script. They are claiming that , we are doing a new login with the existing sessions.

Anyone have come across this Relogin Issue in Siebel application. If so, please help me with the resolution. Attached is the screen shot of the application log.

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Re: Siebel Web- Relogin issue during load test

Hello Nagesh,

Thank you for contacting us.

It seems to be that the issue could be related to the fact that the Application Server is rejecting the login attempt made from LG machines and for that reason it registered multiple logins. 

Our recommendation is to monitor the test from LG machines using the fiddler application to verify is the login attempts are being rejected. 

Also, please check from LGs if it is possible to access to Siebel application.




Joel Aguilar Cerna
SW Support Technical Consultant
San Jose, Costa Rica
Micro Focus

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