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Troylan Absent Member.
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Trouble following LoadRunner Tutorial - Recording

Hi,

I'm trying to learn how to create scripts in LoadRunner VUGen. And I'm recording HP Web Tours in IE as per:

http://lrhelp.saas.hp.com/en/latest/help/WebHelp/Content/Tutorial/Recording.htm#Recordin

But when the script is generated, this is all I get:

Action()
{

	web_add_cookie("MSO=SID&1453403997&MSO_ServerErrorsProb&0&MSO_ServerLoadProb&0; DOMAIN=localhost");

	web_add_cookie("MTUserInfo=firstName&Jojo&address2&&username&jojo&hash&47&lastName&Bean%0A&address1&&creditCard&&expDate&%0A; DOMAIN=localhost");

	web_url("FormDateUpdate.class", 
		"URL=http://localhost:1080/WebTours/classes/FormDateUpdate.class", 
		"Resource=1", 
		"Referer=", 
		"Snapshot=t26.inf", 
		LAST);

	web_url("CalSelect.class", 
		"URL=http://localhost:1080/WebTours/classes/CalSelect.class", 
		"Resource=1", 
		"Referer=", 
		"Snapshot=t27.inf", 
		LAST);

	web_url("Calendar.class", 
		"URL=http://localhost:1080/WebTours/classes/Calendar.class", 
		"Resource=1", 
		"Referer=", 
		"Snapshot=t28.inf", 
		LAST);

	return 0;
}

I'm pretty sure this isn't correct. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

 

I'm using VUGen 11.52 build 5113

And Internet Explorer Version: 11.0.9600.1813

Update Version: 11.0.27 (KB3124275)

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GalShadeck Absent Member.
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Re: Trouble following LoadRunner Tutorial - Recording

Which LoadRunner protocol are you using?

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