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Vugen Error (One or more files in the scripts folder is in use). unable to replay...

Hi all, I am getting below error in HP Vugen and unable to find the root cause.

"~One or more files in the scripts folder is in use, preventing script replay. Close the files and try to replay the script again~."

 I tried deleting all the unnecessary files like  (Parameters , *.txt, *.log, *.idx, *.bak, result*, pre_cci.c, combined_*, *.c), but still getting error. First time vugen works fine, when i replay it on second time i am getting this below error.

My version is 12.53, build 1203.

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Hi Sundar,

Please, Close your appliaction "Vugen" and Clear temp files. Rename your script and save in different location then try to execute the script. Definitely, it will be work.

Root cause of problem: Some Files may be corrupted by unwanted actions.

Thanks,
Sakthi.K


 

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Sakthirajan Kathirvel
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This behaviour is usually caused by files actually being in use (be advised: it can be in the background.... Every now and then Windows keeps files open even though you shut down the program. Easiest way to find out this is causing the issue: reboot of the machine). Another option is that files have become corrupt. Could be an issue within VuGen or within the OS. You can try closing the test and renaming it to force VuGen to re-initialise all files. In a worst case scenario it may be impossible to solve and my advise would be to recreate the test starting from scratch (of course you can use some copy-/pasting). Sometimes starting all over again turns out to be a faster sollution then trying to find the root cause! (I know, it's against the nature of any tester - but it does save time in the end!).

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