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lr_exit Functionality Seems Not Working Properly

I have 3 actions in a script. They are  1st_Part, 2nd_Part and 3rd_Part. In the run logic of runtime setting, 1st_Part -> 2nd_Part(in block0) -> 3rd_Part. In the 2nd_Part action,  lr_exit(LR_EXIT_ITERATION_AND_CONTINUE,LR_AUTO) is used. Based on the function reference, when lr_exit clause is triggered, the 2nd_Part action will resume its own iteration within block0. However in the vugen, the actual result is after the iteration of 2nd_Part, it goes to the 3rd_Part. Is this a defect of a Loadrunner. I am using 12.53 P4. 

I really appreciate for any input on this.

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Re: lr_exit Functionality Seems Not Working Properly

Hello Team,

I hope you are doing great, 

 

Is possible if you can share with us an screenshot from the Run Logic Tree in order to test it in our side?

 

Regards

Gean,

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Re: lr_exit Functionality Seems Not Working Properly

Hello @wdbian,

Could you please provide us the information requested before, in order to continue assisting you on this.

 

Regards,

Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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