Johnny_Cao Absent Member.
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InLR 12.53, Exception was raised when calling per-process-init function in extension lr_socks.dll

Hi,

I am using LoadRunner 12.53, each LR script is working fine in LR user generator, but in LR controller there are error as blow:

"Error: Exception was raised when calling per-process-init function in extension lr_socks.dll: System Exceptions: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION".

Could you please help?

Thanks!

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OlaBerggren Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: InLR 12.53, Exception was raised when calling per-process-init function in extension lr_socks.dl

Hi

This sounds like something new, and will probably need support from HP.

What protocol are you using?
Is there anything special in your script, like loading custom dlls or certificate handling?

Is there anything special with your loadgenerators, Windows version, installed SW or anything else

br /ola


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Johnny_Cao Absent Member.
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Re: InLR 12.53, Exception was raised when calling per-process-init function in extension lr_socks.dl

Thanks for your reply Ola.

The protocol which I using is 'Web - HTTP/HTML' and nothing special in my script, it is recorded by LR user generator.
OS is Window 2008.

Thanks!

Johnny Cao

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