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    .net forms authentication

    I am trying to execute a simple login scenario and keep getting the following after recording and attempting to execute:

    Server Error in'/SRCRoot" Application
    Object reference not set to an instance of an object

    We can succesfully login manually and have tried the same scenario on other .net sites but not sure they are using forms authentication. My thought is it's something in the code of the base page but if anyone has any insight I would greatly appreciate it.

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    Re: .net forms authentication

    Nickv29 - my sympathy!! It sounds like your offshore resources may not be much more experienced than you are. That might be worth validating and if it proves to be true, you could try bringing it to the attention of your management. After all, I assume that your company is paying for experienced resources? Good luck with this!!
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    Re: .net forms authentication

    You need to correctly correlate your business process LoadRunner script.
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    Replace ineffective offshore contracts, LoadRunnerByTheHour. Starting @ $19.95/hr USD.

    Put us to the test, skilled expertise is less expensive than you might imagine.

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    Re: .net forms authentication

    Can you elaborate a little. I have just been put in charge of some offshore resources who are actually doing the work and have little knowledge of LR.

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    Re: .net forms authentication

    Originally posted by nickv29:
    Can you elaborate a little. I have just been put in charge of some offshore resources who are actually doing the work and have little knowledge of LR.
    <font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">You have put yourself at huge risk. Do you have skilled resources you can tap into?

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    Re: .net forms authentication

    Yes, I hired someone for onshore but they don't start for a week. Believe me I know the situation I am in. Thanks for responding, I will dig in on my own and figure it out.

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    Re: .net forms authentication

    You may need an authorization header. I had a .NET application that required it but my recording was not picking it up. The format for the encoding was base64 it was encrypted as useridassword. I found a website that will do the conversion for me http://www.dillfrog.com/tools/base-64_encode/
    I typed in usernameassword and it gave me what I needed. The header looked as follows:

    web_add_header("Authorization", "Basic QWRtaW5pc3RyYXRvcjptYW5hZ2U=");

    I don't know if your app is the same but thought I would pass it along.

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