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What is a function to capture dynamic values in the web?

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What is a function to capture dynamic values in the web?..

Answer / sufi

Web_reg_save_param(); This is the to capture dynamic values
in Web

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What is a function to capture dynamic values in the web?..

Answer / dillesh

Web_reg_save_param()
function captured all the dinamic values in loadrunner, not
only for web application, in all most all type of
applications this function only used for capturing dinamic
values.

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What is a function to capture dynamic values in the web?..

Answer / masthan

we have two approaches for that to capture the dynamic values.
1) By manual corralation
most of the timeswe use to for this
Function like
web_reg_save_param("paramname",
"lb=xyz",
"rb=kil",
"ord= ",
LAST);
2) Automatic correlation.

Thanks

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