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sourav201213
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http error 403 when vusers increased more than 5 in mercury loadrunner

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i have recorded my website  ATMservice  accessing a webservice well in script,  replys the script without error upto 4 vusers.  but when vusers increased to 5 it strikes http error 403 (forbidden) in an OS WinXP and IIS 5.0. Pl suggest the possible right ways.

 

 

thanks

 

 

subu 

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Re: http error 403 when vusers increased more than 5 in mercury loadrunner

Hello Subu

 

Looks like your application requires some parametrization on the account that is being used to get access, looks like it only allows up to 4 sessions with the same account, so you need to have different accounts to reach the ammount of vusers you need or from application side, remove this limitation.

 

hope this helps

 

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KMRHEXA
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Re: http error 403 when vusers increased more than 5 in mercury loadrunner

Hi,

I guess you don't have access for 1 User .So that u r getting 403 (Forbidden) error .You can check all the user id's manually ,whether you are able to aceess or not .

 

Let me know what are "Parameterization"  option you have selected for the script.

 

Thanks,

KMR-Hexa

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KMRHEXA
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Re: http error 403 when vusers increased more than 5 in mercury loadrunner

Hi ,

If you are able to accees the application manually with all the 5 Vusers ,then u can these 2 option into Vugen for running all the 5Vusers(ID'S) sucessfully.

 

Goto Runtime Settings....>Click Browser Emulation

 

1) Enable "Simulate a new user on each iteartion"

 

2) Clear cache on each iteration

 

 

Thanks,

KMR-Hexa

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