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For testing using the ODBC protocol is necessary to set the correct Database connection settings (user, password, DB name, instance) and create a DSN in the Load Generator in order to make sure that the script that was developed in Vugen will run in a valid test.

For additional information about lrdb_open_connection error LRDE2003 please make reference to the next Knowledge document entry.


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I have created the  VUgen Script  by defining the DSN . The script works in VUGen. I am able to run the Script in Vugen, But when we upload the  Script to  Performance Center  and we tried to run the Test Using WLRun from the Controller. But We are gettgin the Conection Errror:

Action.c(11): lrdb_open_connection:  "SQLDriverConnect", return-code=-1, native-error-code=0, SQLState=IM002, SQLError=[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified [MsgId: MERR-61209]
Action.c(11): lrd_open_connection: ERROR, return-code=LRDE2009.  User="", Server=""  [MsgId: MERR-61209]


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Can you check if you can replay the same script from the LoadGenerator machine you are selecting on the Controller?

Please let me know.

Thank you,

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