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Weblevel recording is preferred or socket level recording is better

Hi,

 

 I am using web based application so which recording is preferred.Web level recording or socket level recording. Thank you in advance.

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Re: Weblevel recording is preferred or socket level recording is better

Hi Aruna,

 

I think that you are asking about the difference between WinINet level data and Socket level data in Vugen recording options. You can use either WinINet level data or Socket level however the default one is  Socket level.

 

By configuring Vugen record at WinINet level, simply means to instruct Vugen to record using the WinINet API. Vice versa, by configuring the Socket level, you are instructing Vugen to record using the HP proprietary API. 

 

You can find more information about the difference between the two options in the following document: 

https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM977985

 

You can also review the following post which describe the most common usage scenarios of the Port Mapping dialog when Socket level data is selected. 

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/HP-LoadRunner-and-Performance/The-Port-Mapping-dialog-one-dialog-that-does-it-all/ba-p/6357353#.VdM3ZvmqpBd

 

Kind regards, 

Vesela

 

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Re: Weblevel recording is preferred or socket level recording is better

Which level of recording is preferred for web bases application. Web level or socket level?Thank you

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