Errors in LoadRunner
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Whenever I m trying to run the script in controller ,the following errors are occuring .Let me know how to resolve these error messages.
"lrdb_fetchx: "SQLFetchScroll", return-code=-1, native-error-code=0, SQLState=S1111, SQLError=[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Invalid bookmark value"
2)lrdb_stmt: "SQLExecDirect", return-code=-1, native-error-code=208, SQLState=S0002, SQLError=[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid object name 'MSysConf'.
3)lrd_fetch_adv: ERROR, return-code=LRDE2009. 0 row(s) fetched..
Even though these errors are occuring the output is getting with failed tranactions.But I would like to resolve these errors as it may impact the performance of the application.
Re: Errors in LoadRunner
first two are standard ODBC error while third is Standard LR error. MSDN and LR help explain these errors.
You may have missing correlations / proper parametrizartion.
Re: Errors in LoadRunner
"[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]"
The first error is being reported by your ODBC driver inside of your local OS instance. I am assuming that you are using a different host for Load Generation than what you originally used to develop the script. Your ODBC setup may be different between your two boxes.
"[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]"
The second error is being reported by SQL Server itself for an invalid object. I am wondering alooud whether you have a credentials issue. Perhaps you are leveraging integrated security for SQL Server and your credential set on your load generator does not allow you access to the same items as when you recorded and developed your script on a different host.
"ERROR, return-code=LRDE2009. 0 row(s) fetched"
The last error is a cascaded error condition, likely as a result of the first two. Errors 1 & 2 may be related as well. Take the effort to normalize any differences in the ODBC setup between the two hosts involved, your development host and your load generation host
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