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Unable to replay webpage using Brotli <br> compression in Vugen 2020 SP3

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Hi All,

i`m unable to replay a webpage using Brotli <br> compression recorded using Vugen 2020 SP3.

I see all junk characters under recording snapshot which is blocking me from correlating required value. Then i caught that value using Fiddler capture and correlated anyway in VuGen script and replayed. But it is throwing error saying no boundaries found for requested parameter. Any idea how to solve this?

I have already tried compression "none" under HTTP options in replay settings.

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hi,

Brotli compression is fully supported (snapshots, correlations, content verification and logging) in DevWeb protocol starting from version LR2020SP3.

In Web HTTP/HTML protocol it is not implemented yet.

Actually, in replay with default Run-Time settings vuser sends "Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate"  request header and then, server should not return response with Brotli encoding, so you should be able to validate your correlation definitions correctness in Replay snapshot or in the replay log.

Screenshot below is just a sample.

Thanks,

Leonid.

 

brotli_sample.pNG

 

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hi,

Brotli compression is fully supported (snapshots, correlations, content verification and logging) in DevWeb protocol starting from version LR2020SP3.

In Web HTTP/HTML protocol it is not implemented yet.

Actually, in replay with default Run-Time settings vuser sends "Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate"  request header and then, server should not return response with Brotli encoding, so you should be able to validate your correlation definitions correctness in Replay snapshot or in the replay log.

Screenshot below is just a sample.

Thanks,

Leonid.

 

brotli_sample.pNG

 

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Thank so much @LeonidPekel .. your reply cleared my doubts.

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