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Failure to Access Files

Troubleshooting
LoadRunner Controller User's Guide (Windows)
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Failure to Access Files
A LoadRunner scenario will fail if the result path or Vuser script is inaccessible to
one or more of the participating hosts. Check the following items:
Path Translation
Vuser Script
Result Path
Path Translation: A script's location (path) is always based on the Controller host's
mapping of that location. If a Vuser host maps to the script's path using a different
name--path translation is required. Path translation translates the Controller's
mapping of a given location to the Vuser host's mapping. For example, if one host
maps the script directory as
g:\test
, while another maps it as
h:\test
, the paths
should be translated.
Path translation is also effective across platforms--between Windows and UNIX.
You use path translation to translate the Windows Controller paths into paths
recognized by UNIX.
Suppose that your script is in the /usr/jon/lr_test1 directory and runs on the UNIX
host,
sunny.
To translate it from the Windows Controller host,
pc1
, where your
UNIX directory is mapped as
r
, enter the following line in the path translation table:
pc1
r:\
/usr/jon
sunny