Redirection Handling in script
While most of the time I appreciate the automatic handing of 302s (redirects) by LoadRunner, there are certain instances where I would like to at least be aware of the details of this redirection (as when a reuqest is being bounced around between servers).
Does anyone know of a way to track this information in a script? I would ultimately love to be able to control the execution flow, but I seriously doubt, knowing LR, that this would be possible.
Re: Redirection Handling in script
Ask yourself, how would you determine this redirection had taken place independent of the use of LoadRunner? What visual clues would you look for in the client interface?
Once you know that, then just correlate for the relevant information. You a combination of log messages, or other types of tracking instruments, to inform you of the redirect.
It's only impossible if there is no way to determine that the redirection has occured by taking a look at the client information independent of LoadRunner. And then, it would not be a LoadRunner issue, but an application issue.
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