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#1 niekell

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 04:42 AM

Hello WAPT folks,

Just installed the latest and greatest WAPT Pro (3.1), ASPNETModule, and x64LoadEngine as follows.
Item Version Comments
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WAPT Pro 3.1 Build 30 July 2013 Used installer from WAPTPro3.1.zip
x64 Load Agent 25 July 2013 Used installer from WAPTProx64LoadEngine.zip
ASP.NET Module 19 March 2013 Used installer "waptaspnetmodule.exe" not zip

Recorded a test as usual using the recorder in WAPT, which is how we've always done it.
No issues in the recording.
When I can to verify the recording it reports errors with the ViewState variable (made by the ASPNET Module) on all pages which are POSTs (GETs are fine as they don't have the ViewState variable).

I've attached three images.
1) The WAPT Post Parameters for the first POST (Page 4) in my recorded Profile,
2) The WAPT screen from the Logs after a Verify Test when I click on the RED line named "Value of Variables",
3) The WAPT screen from the Logs after a Verify Test when I click on the GREEN line beginning "POST /Student/...".

Previously the ASPNET Module has taken care of the parameterisation of the .NET ViewState and other parameters, after all that is its function... but now it is giving the error "[Error : cannot find the specified value in the server response]". Why?

Best wishes, Paul.

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#2 Sergei Leonov

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Posted 21 August 2013 - 06:47 AM

The problem was already fixed. Just please install the latest build from the site.
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#3 niekell

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Posted 02 October 2013 - 07:22 AM

Thanks Sergei.
We downloaded the new version and it resolved the issue.

The problem was already fixed. Just please install the latest build from the site.






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