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Unable to run the Oracle NCA script

HI All,

We have record the script with HTTP+Oracle nca protocol and observer below function get continuosly recorded and when we run the script it get fail.

Pleaes note earlier same script is working fine but in new recording below things get added continuosly.

nca_wait_for_timer(NCA_TIMER_NEAREST);

nca_wait_for_timer(NCA_TIMER_NEAREST);

nca_wait_for_timer(NCA_TIMER_NEAREST);

Just want to understand why this thing added continuosly is the issue of application or vugen and what is the solution for the same.

 

Regards'

 

 

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Re: Unable to run the Oracle NCA script

Hello,

Timer function function is generated when the server response is slow and the server request the client to wait (very general explanation).

We will need to see the nca_record.log to see the actual behavior and compare to the behavior during the replay.

I would suggest you open a ticket with our support organization with the two scripts replayed with advance trace to detailed analysis

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Re: Unable to run the Oracle NCA script

Hi,

We have observed that, if recording kept idle state still this function getting recorded and recording event count get increased . For more information we have multiple application with same environemnt but facing issue in only one.

 

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Re: Unable to run the Oracle NCA script

Hello

The script’s line mentioned is generated as a result of recorded application behavior such as sending “timer” events from server to client. It can happen temporary if server is busy, of permanently, in accordance to design of some application. So it is expected reaction of LR’s recording and codegenartion mechanisms. 

Thanks, Dmitry

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