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Tuxedo with LoadRunner v.12.02

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Hello,
can You tell me if is possible to perform Tuxedo protocol in LoadRunner 12.02 ?
What should I do to use this protocol ?

Best regards
Mateusz

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Hello,

The LoadRunner 12.02 Readme states:

"For the following protocols, replay is supported, but recording is no longer supported: Siebel - DB2 CLI, i-mode, EJB, Sybase Dblib, Sybase Ctlib, Informix, PeopleSoft-Tuxedo, PeopleSoft Enterprise, Tuxedo, VBScript Vuser, JavaScript Vuser, SQL Server, and Web Click and Script. These protocols will be removed from future releases of LoadRunner. "

It is possible to replay an existing Tuxedo script that was recorded using a previous version of LoadRunner (older than 12.x).

Best regards,

Mark

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Hello,

The LoadRunner 12.02 Readme states:

"For the following protocols, replay is supported, but recording is no longer supported: Siebel - DB2 CLI, i-mode, EJB, Sybase Dblib, Sybase Ctlib, Informix, PeopleSoft-Tuxedo, PeopleSoft Enterprise, Tuxedo, VBScript Vuser, JavaScript Vuser, SQL Server, and Web Click and Script. These protocols will be removed from future releases of LoadRunner. "

It is possible to replay an existing Tuxedo script that was recorded using a previous version of LoadRunner (older than 12.x).

Best regards,

Mark

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