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julker
Occasional Visitor

Unable search contents with thread ID

I have such a link to explore but even if I do click on that it takes me to a page which doesnt have the exact thread contents but a page explaining that HP has changed 

[Broken link removed on 03-23-2017 by Admin]

please help

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Stephan_
Regular Advisor

Re: Unable search contents with thread ID

Hi julker,

find below the link to the migrated Thread you mentioned.

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/ITRC-Performance-Center-Forum/Loadrunner-Oracle-NCA-nca-obj-type-Issue/

 

Best,

Stephan

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julker
Occasional Visitor

Re: Unable search contents with thread ID

please let me know how you found it...I want to know because I have many more threads to visit but i dont know how to reach there

 

Thanks in advance

Stephan_
Regular Advisor

Re: Unable search contents with thread ID

Hi again,

I checked Google cache for your Thread because I had no glue what it contains.

 

From my experience testing around here you will get the best results for your search if you switch at least to the category or better to the subforum where you try to find something. Then use common search engine commands like " " for a phrase.

 

After finding that your thread belongs to Performance Center, switch into this forum enter "Loadrunner Oracle NCA nca_obj_type Issue" (the old thread title) into the search and you get your thread.

 

To find the correct forum this thread can help you: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Community-Feedback-Suggestions/New-Forum-Locations-by-ITRC-Tree/td-p/4802433

 

hth

Stephan

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