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Correlation of a ID Session

Hi,

Im trying to correlate an id session like this:

jhihbt45bt54bt54jh6%fgnkdjgndfjg5464t%kdsmfndkfg

% symbol its getting problems creating regular expression in a web_reg_save_param_ex. How can I set this regular Ex?

Could you please help me, it's very important and I'm a begginer.

Thanks a lot.

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Re: Correlation of a ID Session

Hi,

 

% symbol is a special character so if it is in the boundaries (left boundary and right boundary)while correlating, we can handle it by a backslash.

You can refer this document: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM172848

Is that your issue? Please correct me if I'm wrong. 

 

Regards,

Chau Nguyen

Regards,

Chau Nguyen | SW Technical Support Consultant.
LoadRunner and Performance Center


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