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Siebel Web: Replay log is displayed only for the last few lines of code in VuGen

Hi,

 

Am using LR11.3 for siebel web scripting and it is been observed that the replay log in Vugen is not displayed for all the actions with parameter substitution and data returned from server options selected.

And if I stop the run in between i could see the below message in starting of the Replay Log.

 

Log extension: Cannot create results directory "".
Log extension: Cannot set Vuser log file (-vuser_log option was not passed in command line).

 

I have copied the script to a different location and tried and the same is observed

 

Please help me to resolve this issue. 

 

Thanks,


Fedric

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Hi,

 

At times the .prm file get corrupted. Try creating another blank script and place your code from Action and vuser_init and end (if any) to the new script and then try to run the script.

 

Hope this works.

 

Regards,

Vaibhav

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Thanks Vaibhav,

I did the same as well, but often the .prm file is getting corrupted after a couple of run. Is there any way to avoid this?

 

Also, from my understanding .prm is for parameter description.

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Hi,

Not sure why this occurs frequently but I have seen this issue persist when I download my copy of script from Performance center and then upload it back.
For me the parameters dat files' names get corrupt and turn into camel case.
You can take a backup of your .prm file and that might do the trick.

Regards,
Vaibhav

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