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    Structuring Loadrunner scripts

    User pellemattsson (pelle@mattssons.tv.nospam) posted:

    Hi all
    I am used to structure my WinRunner scripts by the use of functions

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    Re: Structuring Loadrunner scripts

    User pellemattsson (pelle@mattssons.tv.nospam) posted:

    Thanks
    It works

    --- In LoadRunner@y..., "Cameron, Neil" <neil.cameron@n...> wrote:
    myfuncs.h
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    Re: Structuring Loadrunner scripts

    User exrot (frode.torske@kbank.no.nospam) posted:

    I have a Q along the same lines as below:

    I have a script with several actions. In the first action I read some

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    Re: Structuring Loadrunner scripts

    User Suresh Nageswaran (punekar@yahoo.com.nospam) posted:

    Frode

    All you need to do is insert a new action block. Then remove Actions
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    Re: Structuring Loadrunner scripts

    User Suresh Nageswaran (punekar@yahoo.com.nospam) posted:

    What you seem to want to do is to set the Runtime
    settings at run-time! I don't suppose that's possible
    except utilizing the for-loop construct that you've
    been using.

    I even tried to modify the .LRS script runtime segment
    from within my script, but LoadRunner seems to ignore
    the changes I made. My guess is that when the script
    exection starts, all the information is read from the
    LRS and populated into a data structure maintained by
    the Controller runtime. So there's no way one could
    change that unless one had access to that structure.
    And hell would freeze over before Mercury gave you
    that kind of control !

    -Suresh

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