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Vugen issue

Hi All,

I am using LR12.53 and i am receiving the below error messages while i am try to replay the script from Vugen.

Pls provide me a solution below errors.

 VugenError.png

Error: Run Section does not exist.
Warning: Extension runlogic.dll reports error -15956 on call to function ExtPerThreadInitialize
Error: Vuser failed to initialize extension runlogic.dll.
Vuser Terminated.

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Re: Vugen issue

Is this error consistent for only one script of any script?

I can simulate a comparable error (-15957) when I have in my 'default.cfg' file a reference to a non existing *.usp file. Check the property ' DefaultRunLogic=default.usp' and the existence of the file 'default.usp'.

When I change the DefaultRunLogic property into something like ' DefaultRunLogic=default2.usp' I receive the error:

Warning: Extension runlogic.dll reports error -15957 on call to function ExtPerThreadInitialize
Error: Vuser failed to initialize extension runlogic.dll.

I get your error when I put a crippled default.usp file in the script directory with random content.

So check for existing 'default.usp' file (and file permissions), matching with property 'DefaultRunLogic' etc.

You might try to make a dummy script, copy the default.usp file to your crippled script and fix the Runtime Settings -> Run Logic  section by reconstructing the Run Logic Tree.

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