User joseph_1211 (email@example.com) posted:
Iam using LoadRunner in a web environment and cannot get Loadrunner
to recoginze the page . What I mean by this is, I have created a
text checkpoint to verify that the correct webpage truly appears. It
is my understanding that Load runner can verify that a word or
phrase appears on a page.When I create the text checkpoint and run
the script, I receive an error stating that the trxt cannot be
found. I have tried this on all the pages and it fails each time. If
I don't put in the text checkpoint, the script passe with no errors.
But what is the point if I have no verifiation points? By the way,
these are .JSP's does that have any bearing?
User Stephanie (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
check the playback log to make sure that the correct page is being returned.
When you playback your script, turn on extended logging and select parameter
and data returned by server so that you can see exactly what is being
returned. LoadRunner will pass your script if all the functions are executed
regardless of whether or not the correct values are returned that is why
checkpoints are important. If you read the section on checkpoints in the
user guide you will get some more insight. Also, you may want to check that
your boundaries are correct.
----- Original Message -----
From: "joseph_1211" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2002 8:28 PM
Subject: [LoadRunner] Text CheckPoints in Loadrunner