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lrperformance24 Absent Member.
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Hello All,

 

I am facing a weird issue in which i am trying to capture a dynamic id which is sent by the server. The issue is that this dynamic id is being created in the extrares and i am not able to capture this value no matter what i try. I have tried several boundaries as well as placed the parameter in the the request earlier than the value but it does not capture the value.

 

Also, i have used the same correlation earlier in the script and it works but unfortunately the value which i need to be captured is not being returned.

 

Does someone have a way where i can capture this value?

 

Thanks.

 

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KMadan Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Correlation

You may try to regenerate the script in URL mode and capture the same.

Absent Member.. bighead337 Absent Member..
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Re: Correlation

You should still be able to capture it even if it's from a Extrares. If you want to, you can simply comment out the line in the Extrares and then create a new web_url function (with resource=1) and the capture it directly from there.
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Ajay_U Super Contributor.
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Re: Correlation

what is impact of resource=1 and resource=0 in web_url function?

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Absent Member.. bighead337 Absent Member..
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Re: Correlation

It treats the URL as if it was downloading a resource (.png, .js) vs a HTML page. Besides other things, Vugen will not parse a resource and run time settings by default do not fail when there's an issue downloading a resource.

The fact that it is in the extrares means it's a resource.
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