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    hi,

    how to pass paramaters for recorded scrpit by using truclint protocal?

     

    Thanks,

    praveen.ch


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    Hi all,

    How to configure cpu,memory settings in loadrunner and we are using linux servers. and how to see the usages of both?

     

    Thanks,

    Praveen.ch


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    can you pls tell hou to configure app server and db server in controller(app and db both servers are linux).

     


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    How to configure app server and db server in controller(app and db both servers are linux)

    Note:For monetering purpose


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    Steps followed to installed Load Agent on AWS.

    1. Firewall Exception from controller for port 50500 , 54345, 443 and 3389 on load agent machine.

    2. Installed Load Runner Setup [ as Load agent Process is also a part of Load Runner Setup]

    3. Allowed all the programs [Agent Process, Agent Service.. etc] from Windows Firewall.

    4. Tried to connect from Load Controller. Error received on controller is 

    Communication error: The Client failed to send packet. The socket has been shut down.

    As per OPs team, the agent is trying to establish a connection back to a server 54.xxx.xx.xxx[Unknown AWS IP] on port 10051 and failing eventually where as this particular server is unknown to us.

     

    Please tell how do i have to install or configure MI LISTENER or AGENT PROCESS over firewall.

     


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    Hello,

    I have requirement where URL is specifically need to montior using Ajax TrueClient protocol using firefox browser.

    URL has TLS1.2 version and unable to record script using Vugen 11.52.


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    Hi All,

    I have installed Loadrunner in windows system, and application was installed in Linux servers(App and db).so we need the test with Loadrunner for application but we are not able to connect load generators for Linux servers.so please let me know how to connect and configure load generators in Linux servers(App and db).

    Thanks,

    Praveen.ch


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    Hi,

    I have downloaded Loadrunner 12.5 community edition recently. when I have tried to open HP web tour application (http://127.0.0.1:1080/WebTours/index.htm), it's not opening in any of my browser (i.e internet explorer, firefox, google chrome etc). I have tried with starting HP webtour server& diagonse my network connections.

    I have attached disgnose results & error message in atatched file.

    Can anyone help me to resolve this issue?

    Rgds,

    Saif

     


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    I logged on to the HP MyAccount portal to download additional LR v12.02 components but found LR version number is now v12.50. I found no information about this latest update. Can anyone share the release note? It would take too long to download the entire package just to read the release note. 

     

    LRv12.50.PNG

     

     


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    At first, the stranger has no name, though he soon acquires one. Finn (John Boyega) turns out to be an Imperial Stormtrooper with a conscience. I must admit, I never realized that such tender beings existed. It’s as though a member of the Hitler Youth had volunteered for Meals on Wheels. Anyway, off comes his helmet, and Boyega gives a fine demonstration of moral relief, as the sweaty burden of malice is lifted from his soul. Such, at least, is one reading of the scene; the expression on his face could equally be that of a grown man who no longer has to jog around in one of those white plastic codpieces, which never look quite as shatterproof as the wearer would like them to be. Not for a second, as a teen-ager, was I spooked by the Stormtroopers, and Abrams, I suspect, feels the same, which is why he dedicates one of the earliest shots in his movie to refurbishing their image—showing them all in a row, under lighting that flickers like a strobe. Just for once, they seem to be something other than outsize toys, although even Abrams can’t do much about the Millennium Falcon, which struck me, decades ago, as little more than a Lego kit waiting to happen.

    And what of its proud owner? In contrast to Luke, Han Solo, still armed with his lopsided sigh of a smile, resumes his spot on center stage in “The Force Awakens,” and rightly so, for the franchise owes so much to Harrison Ford. Without him and Alec Guinness, after all, the first “Star Wars” would have been largely unwatchable; viewed again earlier this week, it came across as startlingly inept—barely written, often badly acted, and always poorly paced, with some sequences tumbling past in an embarrassed rush and others lingering like unwanted guests. Granted, the result made hundreds of millions of dollars, and acquired the patina of legend, but, still, “Star Wars” was emotionally as null as the interstellar void through which its vessels leaped. That gratuitous round of applause at the end, for the returning saviors, and thus, by implication, for the movie’s own bravado? I blocked my ears. And the comedy? Don’t make me laugh. Ford alone took the measure of the nonsense around him, and saw instinctively how it might flourish; his lazy sprawl, and his grumbling asides, encouraged the audience to step back and inspect the striving of other life forms, and other civilizations, from a laconic angle. He understood, as Bogart did before him, that a half-reluctant hero, with a fondness for cash payments, is sexier and more plausible than any pink-cheeked enthusiast who gets turned on by the dream of doing good. Ford became the ironist of junk.


    Hence his conversation in “The Force Awakens” with Carrie Fisher, who turns up once again as Princess Leia, still unfazed but minus the cinnamon roll of hair glued onto each ear. Solo says, “Wasn’t all bad, was it? Some of it was”—a loaded pause—“pretty good.” Leia ponders. “Some of it,” she says. I like to think that Abrams had a similar chat, on the sly, with Lawrence Kasdan, one of his co-writers on the project. (Michael Arndt also gets a credit.) It was Kasdan, of course, who worked on “The Empire Strikes Back” and “The Return of the Jedi,” and yet his efforts here suggest not so much a tour of the old galactic homestead as a step into another well-known terrain. With Kasdan and Ford back in harness together, as they were for “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” almost thirty-five years ago, “The Force Awakens” feels closer to Indiana Jones than it does to Lucas’s “Star Wars.” (Solo to Rey and Finn: “Escape now. Hug later.” Indy to a T.) By temperament, Abrams is more of a Spielbergian than he is a Lucasite. His visual wit may not be, as it is for Spielberg, a near-magical reflex, but nor is Abrams suckered into bombast by technological zeal, as Lucas has been, and the new movie, as an act of pure storytelling, streams by with fluency and zip. To sum up: “Star Wars” was broke, and it did need fixing. And here is the answer.

     

    http://chathambaroque.org/ep-star-wars-episode-vii-force-awakens


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    stranger has no name, though he soon acquires one. Finn (John Boyega) turns out to be an Imperial Stormtrooper with a conscience. I must admit, I never realized that such tender beings existed. It’s as though a member of the Hitler Youth had volunteered for Meals on Wheels. Anyway, off comes his helmet, and Boyega gives a fine demonstration of moral relief, as the sweaty burden of malice is lifted from his soul. Such, at least, is one reading of the scene; the expression on his face could equally be that of a grown man who no longer has to jog around in one of those white plastic codpieces, which never look quite as shatterproof as the wearer would like them to be. Not for a second, as a teen-ager, was I spooked by the Stormtroopers, and Abrams, I suspect, feels the same, which is why he dedicates one of the earliest shots in his movie to refurbishing their image—showing them all in a row, under lighting that flickers like a strobe. Just for once, they seem to be something other than outsize toys, although even Abrams can’t do much about the Millennium Falcon, which struck me, decades ago, as little more than a Lego kit waiting to happen.

     

    http://visitarran.info/star-wars-episode-vii-force-awakens/

    And what of its proud owner? In contrast to Luke, Han Solo, still armed with his lopsided sigh of a smile, resumes his spot on center stage in “The Force Awakens,” and rightly so, for the franchise owes so much to Harrison Ford. Without him and Alec Guinness, after all, the first “Star Wars” would have been largely unwatchable; viewed again earlier this week, it came across as startlingly inept—barely written, often badly acted, and always poorly paced, with some sequences tumbling past in an embarrassed rush and others lingering like unwanted guests. Granted, the result made hundreds of millions of dollars, and acquired the patina of legend, but, still, “Star Wars” was emotionally as null as the interstellar void through which its vessels leaped. That gratuitous round of applause at the end, for the returning saviors, and thus, by implication, for the movie’s own bravado? I blocked my ears. And the comedy? Don’t make me laugh. Ford alone took the measure of the nonsense around him, and saw instinctively how it might flourish; his lazy sprawl, and his grumbling asides, encouraged the audience to step back and inspect the striving of other life forms, and other civilizations, from a laconic angle. He understood, as Bogart did before him, that a half-reluctant hero, with a fondness for cash payments, is sexier and more plausible than any pink-cheeked enthusiast who gets turned on by the dream of doing good. Ford became the ironist of junk.


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    Watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens Online Free.Star Wars: The Force Awakens Full Movie.Watch Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens Online Streaming Although they are not the protagonists of this new adventure, Ford plays a prominent role in a film in which the weight of history rests on three newcomers to the saga: Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Kylo Ren, who play King, one chatarrera, Finn, a soldier and Ren, a villain complex.

     

    http://www.pyramidefilms.com/star-wars-episode-vii-force-awakens-online

    Joining them fourth in discord as far as leadership is concerned, Oscar Isaac, the most seasoned pilot-and the most irreverent of the galaxy in a movie with many touches of humor.

    Watch Star Wars The Force Awakens Online Free.Star Wars: The Force Awakens Full Movie.Watch Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens Online Streaming Film All are united by various ties, some in a network of personal relationships that make life more interesting for fans of the series history.

    And although it is very different characters to Solo, Leia and Luke, maintain the spirit that Lucas always sought in the saga: the eternal struggle between good and evil.

    As I moved the trailers, King is the heroine of the story in the most feminist of the whole saga episode. It's the best film and a more than worthy heir of the original heroes, who are also present in "The Force Awakens" but not overshadow the new characters.


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     “The Force Awakens” with Carrie Fisher, who turns up once again as Princess Leia, still unfazed but minus the cinnamon roll of hair glued onto each ear. Solo says, “Wasn’t all bad, was it? Some of it was”—a loaded pause—“pretty good.” Leia ponders. “Some of it,” she says. I like to think that Abrams had a similar chat, on the sly, with Lawrence Kasdan, one of his co-writers on the project. (Michael Arndt also gets a credit.) It was Kasdan, of course, who worked on “The Empire Strikes Back” and “The Return of the Jedi,” and yet his efforts here suggest not so much a tour of the old galactic homestead as a step into another well-known terrain. With Kasdan and Ford back in harness together, as they were for “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” almost thirty-five years ago, “The Force Awakens” feels closer to Indiana Jones than it does to Lucas’s “Star Wars.” (Solo to Rey and Finn: “Escape now. Hug later.” Indy to a T.) By temperament, Abrams is more of a Spielbergian than he is a Lucasite. His visual wit may not be, as it is for Spielberg, a near-magical reflex, but nor is Abrams suckered into bombast by technological zeal, as Lucas has been, and the new movie, as an act of pure storytelling, streams by with fluency and zip. To sum up: “Star Wars” was broke, and it did need fixing. And here is the answer.

     

    Watch Star Wars The Force Awakens Online

     

    http://www.pyramidefilms.com/star-wars-episode-vii-force-awakens-online


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    Taking Luke’s seat, as the main protagonist, is Daisy Ridley. She straps herself in, swats aside any vestige of Mark Hamill, and takes command of the movie. Her character is Rey, a scrap-metal scavenger by trade, stranded without a family on the dusty planet of Jakku. “Luke Skywalker? I thought he was a myth,” she says, with the calm assurance of someone who knows herself to be solid flesh and blood. Frankly, she is twice the guy he ever was. Ridley is given plenty to do before she even delivers a line: proof not just that Abrams trusts herbut that his obedience to the basic laws of action movies is intact. (We first saw it in “Super 8,” which also had a female presence, Elle Fanning, at its core. “Women always figure out the truth,” we hear in the new movie. George Lucas, look and learn.) Our first glance of any new performer, watching simply how she or he walks across the screen, can be more instructive than anything else—far more than the utterance of dialogue. Ridley has a firm gait, a determined sprint, and a talent for ad-hoc sand sledding, and Rey needs no help from anyone, thank you very much. “Stop taking my hand!” she cries, fleeing a fracas in the company of a stranger.

     

    http://www.pyramidefilms.com/star-wars-episode-vii-force-awakens


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    Disney and Pixar's animated dinosaur movie took second place, bringing in $39.2 million Friday through Sunday, while "Creed," a new entry into the Rocky ...

    The Rocky movie franchise is still packing a punch for MGM and Warner Brothers (TWX - Get Report) thanks to Creed, the seventh in the boxing movie series.

    This movie is about as close to perfection as you could ever hope to expect from a film like this and the credit goes to the powerful 1-2 punch of Coogler and Jordan. Coogler brilliantly mixes in just enough of the “Rocky” formula to give you chills (what’s up, thrilling training montage that begins with the sound of a bell?!), but puts enough of his own creative stamp on it to make all this familiarity feel fresh and new.

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    The beginning of a new Star Wars trilogy will take place 30 years after Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. The new films will feature "a trio of new young leads along with some very familiar faces"  

    Disney has noted that George Lucas will serve as a consultant moving forward, and has already consulted for "the first trilogy starting in 2015." But "his intention is to retire."
    Kathleen Kennedy, President of Lucasfilm, will serve as executive producer on new Star Wars feature films, with George Lucas serving as creative consultant. Also consulting on the project are Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg. Kasdan has a long history with Lucasfilm, as screenwriter on The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Return of the Jedi. Kinberg was writer on Sherlock Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
    Toy Story 3 screenwriter Michael Arndt has written a 40- to 50-page treatment for the film and is likely to be at least one of the writers when the Disney/Lucasfilm project begins shooting in 2014 (Vulture, 11-9-12). Said to focus on a new generation of heroes and could feature appearances by Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher in older incarnations of their beloved characters from the original Star Wars trilogy.
    Sequel to the 1983 film Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi.
    J.J. Abrams directed the 2009 Star Trek reboot and its upcoming sequel. He said in October that he wasn't interested in taking on Star Wars, but the director is said to have changed his mind about the project (Hollywood Reporter; 1-24-2013).
    R2-D2 and C-3PO would be the only characters who might continue through all nine films (Lucas in 1980, 1981 and 1983). The trilogy would deal with the rebuilding of the Republic (Lucas in 1980).

    Friday, December 18, 2015 Nationwide Release


    http://toujoursapresminuit.org/en/watch-star-wars-force-awakens-online


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    The beginning of a new Star Wars trilogy will take place 30 years after Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. The new films will feature "a trio of new young leads along with some very familiar faces"  

    Disney has noted that George Lucas will serve as a consultant moving forward, and has already consulted for "the first trilogy starting in 2015." But "his intention is to retire."
    Kathleen Kennedy, President of Lucasfilm, will serve as executive producer on new Star Wars feature films, with George Lucas serving as creative consultant. Also consulting on the project are Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg. Kasdan has a long history with Lucasfilm, as screenwriter on The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Return of the Jedi. Kinberg was writer on Sherlock Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
    Toy Story 3 screenwriter Michael Arndt has written a 40- to 50-page treatment for the film and is likely to be at least one of the writers when the Disney/Lucasfilm project begins shooting in 2014 (Vulture, 11-9-12). Said to focus on a new generation of heroes and could feature appearances by Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher in older incarnations of their beloved characters from the original Star Wars trilogy.
    Sequel to the 1983 film Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi.
    J.J. Abrams directed the 2009 Star Trek reboot and its upcoming sequel. He said in October that he wasn't interested in taking on Star Wars, but the director is said to have changed his mind about the project (Hollywood Reporter; 1-24-2013).
    R2-D2 and C-3PO would be the only characters who might continue through all nine films (Lucas in 1980, 1981 and 1983). The trilogy would deal with the rebuilding of the Republic (Lucas in 1980).

    Friday, December 18, 2015 Nationwide Release



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    Hi,

     

    I am getting error while replaying java virtual user script. The complilation is succesful.

    A error popup occures "An error has occured".

    I am using LR version 12.5. 

    I have started Vugen as administrator as well and tried replaying the script but still I get the same popup.

    Thanks,

    Tanisha

     


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    I want downloaded component sizes (KB) in following format. Please help on how & where to get it from. I tried looking up session.mdb file but was not much useful. Please share query if possible.

    Transaction Name, URL, Size

    ex.

    HomePage, xxxx/app/Default.aspx,130

    HomePage,xxxx/app/jquery-9898.js,30

    Login,xxxxx/app/login,200

    ....

    ..


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    Hi,

    I want to record one website, in which i have to perform some particular task.

    during the flow one dynamic winodw comes where i have to enter some data and save it and proceed with the task.

    i have recorded the script but it didn't record the dynamic window task.

    can you please tell me how to handle that dynamic window?

    If you need more information just reply i will revert back .

    Thanks

    Shubham


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