Performance Testing using LoadRunner 9.0 tool : Handling Binary Data

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Hello Everyone, I'm really excited to join the community. Looking forward to share & learn new things. I've a query related to LoadRunner tool from Mercury. While recording some Web applications, at times some binary code gets generated in the script in the form of /x01/x10 etc...Due to the nature of code, it's difficult to identify the values / parameters needed to be correlated or parameterized. Is there a way to work with this kind of binary code and identify the parameter values? Any query/ suggestion is appreciated.
ASKED: April 4, 2008  7:05 PM

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