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Vugen 12.50 Recording Problem

Hi Experts,

I am using LoadRunner 12.50 build 1096, i tried to record www.google.com, I was abel to open  www.google.com  in IE which i used the same browser for recoding and the recording is not working.

Proxy settings has been disabled by system administrator. I have Mcafee software which i could do anyting disable by administrator to. I even tried on my friends laptop which has the same same things that are on my laptop,  it is working for them i am not able to understatnd what is the problem on my machine. I uninstalled the whole loadrunner and Resinstalled but the problem has not resolved.

Could you please help me with this problem.

Attaching the snapshot of the Internet Exprorer.Internet Explorer errorInternet Explorer error

Below is the Recording log from which i fiured out that ther is some problem with the proxy. But i dont understad how at once Loadrunner is giving problem which worked prevously.

[API Trapper (2208:2350)] Recording in 32-bit mode: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] Load Network Traffic Analyzers:
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] Analyzer Module: WPLUS (value=)
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] Analyzer Module: WebBase (value=GetHttpProtocolAnalyzer:api_http_filter.dll)
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] + Network Analyzer: api_http_filter.dll @ GetHttpProtocolAnalyzer Loaded!
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] + Interception Auditors: WinInetWplusInterceptionAudit:api_http_filter.dll
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] Analyzer Module: QTWeb (value=GetWebSocketProtocolAnalyzer:WebSocketAnalyzer.dll)
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] + Network Analyzer: WebSocketAnalyzer.dll @ GetWebSocketProtocolAnalyzer Loaded!
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] Analyzer Module: local_server (value=)
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Network Analyzer (2208: 83c)] Address lookup for INL-323202-4 = 192.168.1.8
[Network Analyzer (2208:22f8)] Address lookup for INL-323202-4 = 192.168.1.8
[Network Analyzer (2208:195c)] Address lookup for INL-323202-4 = 192.168.1.8
[Network Analyzer (2208:1eec)] Address lookup for INL-323202-4 = 192.168.1.8
[Net An. Warning (2208:22f8)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 216.58.197.67:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #1. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1620, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Warning (2208:22f8)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 216.58.197.67:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #2. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1620, rc = 10060)
VuGen has detected that the application has encountered the following error:

VuGen was unable to connect to the selected application to record the HTTP traffic

The possible reasons for this failure may be:
* Interference with McAfee anti virus.
* Interference Internet Explorer add-ons.
* Windows Data Execution Prevention (DEP) feature is on.

In order to enable recording, we suggest:

Adding VuGen to the McAfee Firewall Program Permissions list
1. Open your McAfee application.
2. Click Web and Email Protection.
3. Click Firewall.
4. Click Internet Connections for Programs drawer.
NOTE: Depending on the version of the McAfee software you have installed,this may be called Program Permissions.
5. Scroll to the bottom and click Add.
6. Click Browse and locate the file you want to add.
7. Select the VuGen executable and click Open.
8. Set the access type you want using the options in the Access drop-down menu.
9. Click Save.

* Stopping McAfee anti virus:
1. Right click the McAfee icon (M) in the Windows system tray or task bar
2. Point your cursor at the 'Virus Protection' and click disable
3. Click 'Yes' to confirm the change

Disable Add-Ons in Internet Explorer.
1. From the Internet Explorer menu, click Tools |Internet Options.
2. Click the Programs tab.
3. Click Manage add-ons.
4. Click the Add-on you wish to disable, then click theDisable radio button.
NOTE: This option will only be available when an Add-on is selected.
5. IE7 users also have the ability to delete the ActiveX control.
6. Follow the steps outlined above to select the ActiveX control.
7. Click the Delete button found under Delete ActiveX.
NOTE: This option will only be available when an ActiveX control is selected.
8. Not all Add-ons in the list are active. Toggle the Show drop-down to view add-ons currently loaded in Internet Explorer.
9. Click OK to exit the Manage Add-ons menu
10. Click OK to exit the Internet Options menu
11. If a necessary add-on has been mistakenly disabled, repeat steps 1-3 above, highlight the disabled add-on, then click the Enable radio button.
12. Close Internet Explorer and restart it for changes to take effect.

Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only.
1. Open Control Panel.
2. Click System.
3. Click Advanced or Advanced System Settings tag.
4. Click Settings button under Performance.
5. Click Data Execution Prevention tab.
6. Select the first option (Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only).

Thanks and Regards,

Karthik S
Click Continue to ignore this warning and continue recording.
Click Cancel Recording to cancel the recording.[Net An. Warning (2208:22f8)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 216.58.197.67:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #3. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1620, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Error (2208:22f8)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 216.58.197.67:80 (Service=) NOT PROXIED! (REASON: Unable to connect to proxy: sid = 1620, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Warning (2208:195c)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 204.79.197.200:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #1. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1904, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Warning (2208:195c)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 204.79.197.200:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #2. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1904, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Warning (2208:195c)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 204.79.197.200:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #3. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1904, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Error (2208:195c)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 204.79.197.200:80 (Service=) NOT PROXIED! (REASON: Unable to connect to proxy: sid = 1904, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Warning (2208:1eec)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 204.79.197.200:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #1. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1908, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Warning (2498:1ef0)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 216.58.197.67:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #2. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9933): sid = 2228, rc = 10060)
[Net An. Warning (2208:1eec)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ 204.79.197.200:80 (Service=) Failed attempt #2. Unable to connect to proxy (@ 192.168.1.8:9935): sid = 1908, rc = 10060)

 

 

 

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Re: Vugen 12.50 Recording Problem

Hi

Possible things to try/check.

Did you try running vugen as administrator?

What was the "Recording mode" set to? This is visible when clicking on the "Record"-button. Should be "Web-browser" in normal case.

What machine is the one set as "proxy" (192.168.1.8)? Is that your machine (check by ipconfig)?

 

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Re: Vugen 12.50 Recording Problem

Hi,

I Tried to run as administrator and even then the problem still exists.

 When Recording was set to Socket data/Socket level and WinlNet level data the problem exists. When i tried to record with only WinlNet level  scripts are getting recorded normally i dont understad the problem.

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192.168.1.8 is the ip address of the machine on which LoadRunner is installed.

The proxy machine i am not sure of it. There are Proxy settings which is created by adminsitrator and i cant change them. Even with the same proxy settings my friend were able to do the recoding on LoadRunner 12.20.

Regards,

Karthik S

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