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Unable to generate Flex corelatted DSID using xpath function

We tried the below approach:


1.    We tried scripting in the java1.6 version. The script was recorded in binary form and we faced problem while correlating.
2.    We tried to record the scripts in multiprotocol and used different recording options like using serializable objects.
3.    Used the jar files provided by the ADM team.
4.    We also tried to set the classpath of java1.7 version, but even this approach didn’t help as we do not have admin rights to set the classpath.

Thanks

Gagan

Regards,
Gagandeep Malviya

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Re: Unable to generate Flex corelatted DSID using xpath function

Hi,

Please make sure to use the same version of jar files according to the type of parser used by the development team to develop the application. There two different of parsers such as Blaze DS and LCDS and you should add the jar files to extenalizable objects in the following order:

  • blazeds-common-3.0.jar
  • blazeds-core-3.0.jar

Note: Make sure to use the same verion of jar files according to the parser used by the development team. Also, LoadRunner V11 has a problem in generating the script and you should upgrade it to V11.04 by installing all the patches to upgrade. If you are using V11.5 or higher, you don't need to do so. 

 

Regards

Srinivas

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