We've been running through our performance scripts and thought that we were creating the type of load that we estimated. But, in fact, it seems that what is happening is:
We launch a .NET browser to the point in the application that we want to perform our 'profile' transactions and what happens is that the transactions are executed against the script recorded data - not that which is included in the datapool. Don't bother asking the simple questions with regard to rules of datapools because we are straight with that. What's causing the issue is a variable 'app_id' that redirects the execution of the transaction to the 'originally' recorded data.
Have you heard of anything weird like this occuring before?? It's almost like I need to go in and strip off 'appid' in all of the http specific code in my scripts.
Can anyone help??