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    web_global_verification and web_reg_find questions

    1. What version of LoadRunner (LR) or PerformanceCenter (PC) are you using? (specify which tool LR or PC)
    LoadRunner 8.1.0.0 Build 1793

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    Hello everybody, I have questions regarding web_global_verification and web_reg_find .

    1) Can i set multiple texts to search with web_global_verification?

    let's say something like:

    web_global_verification("Text=Error text #1","Fail=Found",LAST);
    web_global_verification("Text=Error text #2","Fail=Found",LAST);

    I Guess that don't work... Is a way?


    2) Can i put multiple web_reg_find ?

    Something like...

    web_reg_find("Text=Error #1","SaveCount=status",LAST);
    web_reg_find("Text=Error #2","SaveCount=status",LAST);
    web_reg_find("Text=Error #3","SaveCount=status",LAST);
    web_url(//web url data here //);



    Thanks for your help !
    I have made this letter longer than usual, only because I have not had the time to make it shorter.

    Blaise Pascal

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    Re: web_global_verification and web_reg_find quest

    1) What have you tried? Why do you think that it will not work? Have you looked into using a Content Check?

    2) Again, what have you tried? I have not had any issues with using multiple web_reg_find statements. Though you would want to vary the SaveCount variable like this.

    web_reg_find("Text=Error #1","SaveCount=status1",LAST);
    web_reg_find("Text=Error #2","SaveCount=status2",LAST);
    web_reg_find("Text=Error #3","SaveCount=status3",LAST);

    -Terri

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    Re: web_global_verification and web_reg_find quest

    Option 1 should also work perfectly and make sure that you have that one in Init Section with proper syntax,Check manuals for more details.

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    Re: web_global_verification and web_reg_find quest

    It's working now, i was having problems defining my custom function for this...

    I'm staying with option 1, it's more elegant and concise =P

    Option 2 was working too, but i have to put those web_reg_find before every page load.


    Thanks for your help!
    I have made this letter longer than usual, only because I have not had the time to make it shorter.

    Blaise Pascal

 

 

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