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Transactions not being recognised in BSM Async Web script

Encountered a wierd bug today , when i add a 11.52 script which has Async enabled in BSM 9.2 , it does not recognise the transactions.

 

BPM compatibility matrix doesnt seem to show anything wrong (running BPM 9.23) but dont even need to get to BPM , when we load into script repository BSM does not recognise the transactions

 

BTW tried in SaaS as well which is at BSM 9.24 , which also doesnt recognise the transactions ...

 

something is really odd here , any workarounds ?

 

thanks

prabhu

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Hi prabhushankar,

 

as per the BSM 9.24 Support Matrix:

BPM 9.24 (LR Replay 12)
BPM 9.23 (LR Replay 11.50 SP 2)

so BPM 9.23 can replay scripts recorded with LR / VuGen 11.52 and you are fine in general.

 

Regarding your issue, please have a look at the following KM documents, they explain the issue and also show a workaround:

 

KM00777633 - How to use the TransactionWriterAddin to specify dynamic transaction names for VuGen scripts used in a BSM/BPM monitoring environment


KM00991552 - BPM does not list transactions created using lr_set_transaction() in LoadRunner 11.52


KM00991412 - Transactions created using lr_set_transaction() are not displayed in BPM


KM1433726 - BSM not showing the transaction names for BPM Ajax True Client scripts

 

Greetings
Siggi

 

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Micro Focus

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