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Web HTTP/HTML: using proxy

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Hi all, 

I've a problem with a script in which is used a proxy to go outside the department web. I've insered the proxy information on Runtime Settings ("Internet Protocol -> Proxy -> Use custom proxy") and have insered a web_set_proxy() function before the web_custom_request()/web_rest() functions, but the error is 

Error -27794: Could not resolve address of host https://inet.syssede.systest.xxxx.com

Can be an error caused by a syntax error or an inappropriate usage of proxy information with LoadRunner? Or is an application problem?

Thank you very much for any help, 

Lorenzo

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Re: Web HTTP/HTML: using proxy

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Sorry, I've resolved the issue checked the WinInet option from "Runtime Settings", in particular "Preferences -> Advanced -> Use WinInet replay instead of Sockets". 

Thank you all for support, 

Lorenzo

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Re: Web HTTP/HTML: using proxy

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Sorry, I've resolved the issue checked the WinInet option from "Runtime Settings", in particular "Preferences -> Advanced -> Use WinInet replay instead of Sockets". 

Thank you all for support, 

Lorenzo

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