• The Origin of TweakLR

    Posted on April 29, 2010 by Admin

    Note: This blog post was originally published on as an article. We have re-published here as an effort to retain useful information from that web site after merging with Northway Solutions Group. Some material may be slightly modified to retain relevance.
    This week marks a milestone for me personally, as well as for Loadtester as a company. Two years ago, we had an idea to create a utility to be used to make our lives as LoadRunner consultants a little easier. There have been a few stand-alone utilities that have been Read Entire Entry

  • April 2010 – Latest LoadRunner Bugs and KB Articles

    Posted on April 27, 2010 by Admin

    Web/AJAX Protocol:

    KM840444 – Using the Web HTTP/HTML protocol in LoadRunner 9.51 or 9.52, after recording the business process the body portion is missing in the web_custom_request when the script is generated. No error message is displayed in the log files, either during record or replay.

    For example, with LR 9.50 the recording of an HTTP POST request to a SAP server generates the following web_custom_request code:
    “Resource=0 Read Entire Entry

  • VuGen: Trim Strings With Dynamic Lengths On Left

    Posted on April 12, 2010 by Admin

    Sometimes you need to strip off the first part of a string because there is some character and/or amount of crap at the end that you don’t need. The most obvious use of this is when you capture an e-mail address as a parameter and the string is like:

    Let’s say all you need is the “giggity”, and not the rest. If you capture the exact same thing each time, you can just strip off anything after the 7th character. But what if the next time you run the script you captur Read Entire Entry