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Yes, you heard me right as long as the message I heard wasn’t lost in translation. I am currently reporting live from the Ignite event at Velocity Conference NY, and today was AMAZING!!
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There is still time! You don’t want to miss it! You can still attend the Velocity Conference in New York City. This event is unlike any other application performance conference you will attend.
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Are you attending Velocity NYC next week? If you are (or are in New York during that time) I encourage you to take the opportunity to meet with us during the event.
We are hosting a performance engineering meet-up on Monday. Keep reading to find out how you can join us!
When you record Web/HTTP scripts using HP LoadRunner’s Vugen, you might find that the script won’t play back without modification. This is often due to values that apply specifically to the current session. Because Vugen is playing back values that were recorded when the script was originally recorded, these values are not valid when played back. To make the script play back correctly, these values must be replaced with values from the currently executing session. The process of identifying and replacing these values is known as correlation.
Continue reading to learn some tips that will make it easier for you to correlate values in your Vugen scripts.
(This post was written by Yang Luo (Kert) from the LoadRunner R&D Team)