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smartlearner Absent Member.
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Is it possible to update param file in real time ?

This is related to updating the parameter file test data.

Scenario/ Issue : we have one parameter file . The parameter file has two columns - username and token. The token can be used only once.

When running the test,  we use the username and token for a request, the server response contains the new token for the user. I would like to know if there is a way I can update / replace the old token with the new token so that when the vuser uses the same user again, he can use the updated token from the param file.

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tofugaze Absent Member.
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Re: Is it possible to update param file in real time ?

I'm sort of trying to do the samething, there is a way to update data real time with using VTS, but i'm unsure on how to use it with TruClilent scripts.

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Ajay_U Super Contributor.
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Re: Is it possible to update param file in real time ?

With the standard parametrization approach we can not update the real time data during the test execution, if you want to update the data during the test executions go for VTS instead of standard approach.

Thanks, Ajay

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Ajay_U Super Contributor.
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Re: Is it possible to update param file in real time ?

Support link which would help VTS setup for TrueClient: http://lrhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/latest/help/WebHelp/Content/TruClient/_tc_t_how_to_use_VTS.htm

Thanks, Ajay

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