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WebTours : Capturing dynamic value in correlation parameter and writing it into file

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I captured the dynamic value 343;359;10/06/2016 string in the correlation parameter "C_outboundFlight. "

I fragmented this string and captured the ticket fare i.e, 359 in a text file.

I replaced the dynamic value with the correlation parameter and changed the number of passengers from 1 to 2, but it did not work but it is not working.

Do anyone have any idea where am I doing wrong?

 

 

 

 

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Re: WebTours : Capturing dynamic value in correlation parameter and writing it into file

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Hello,

You can paste the script and replay log.

Regards,

Bingle(LoadRunner R&D)

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Hello,

You can paste the script and replay log.

Regards,

Bingle(LoadRunner R&D)

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Re: WebTours : Capturing dynamic value in correlation parameter and writing it into file

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Thanks Bingle! The problem is solved now.

Regards,

Sachin

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