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Web-Http/Html (Recording script)

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Hello,

I am new to Web-Http/Html protocol. I am using Loadrunner 12.53 and windows Server 2012 R2.

In TruClient Protocol, script can also be recorded in between two steps.

I would like to know, can I record the script in between two steps, in Http/Html protocol? If yes, then how?

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Re: Web-Http/Html (Recording script)

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No, this is not possible. In HTTP/Html it is only possible to record into an Action, and the whole action will be replaced. You could still create a new action, record to it and then copy/paste the recorded content between the actions.

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Re: Web-Http/Html (Recording script)

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No, this is not possible. In HTTP/Html it is only possible to record into an Action, and the whole action will be replaced. You could still create a new action, record to it and then copy/paste the recorded content between the actions.

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If this post was valuable to you, please consider kudo it.

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