User Luke Silburn (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
I've got a script covering a simple 'view & verification' transaction where in the Action1 section the vUser:
1 starts from an application homepage
2 navigates to a list of work items to process
3 sets up some web_reg_save_param calls
4 hits a button (via a web_image call) to get the first on the list
5 accepts the work item (posting the various parameter items into the web_submit_data call.
6 returns to the application homepage
This all works fine when going through a one-iteration run, however it fails at step 4 on the second of a two-iteration run with the following message:
-27987 : Action1.c(63): Error: Requested image not found
I've successfully run this sequence twice by simply copy|pasting and duplicating steps 2-6 within a single iteration of the script, but again if I make it a multiple iteration script it fails at step 4 on the third time around (that is the first pass through of the 2nd iteration).
Any clues as to what's happening here?
I'm running with v7.02 on WinNT against a BEA Weblogic v6.1 application server.
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User Tim Nichols (email@example.com) posted:
Most likely there is a session ID that needs to be correlated provided to your
virtual user from the BEA server. Another possibility is that the "Reset user each
iteration" (that label from my feeble memory) is either on or off (how
illuminating) and is incompatible with your particular situation.
As I mentioned earlier today, record in URL mode to see what is truly going on -
and to really understand what is happening, turn off tree-view.
User l_silburn (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
--- In LoadRunner@y..., Tim Nichols <tpnichols@y...> wrote:
the "Reset user each
Emmm.... 'Simulate a new user each iteration' on the Browser
Emulation pane in Run-time Settings?
Sorted. Funny that, I could have sworn it was toggled off...
truly going on -
Yeah... I did that for the first couple of scripts I worked up, but I
got bored of wading through hundreds of web_url calls and this was
the sixth script doing pretty much the same thing, so I didn't want
to go back to that unless I had to.
Like I said I could have sworn I turned off that switch in my