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Marks the completion in this vuser of a transaction started by a different vuser.
int lr_end_cross_vuser_transaction( char *transaction_name, char *trans_id_param, int status);
|Example: lr_end_cross_vuser_transaction||Transaction Functions|
|transaction_name||The name of the cross-Vuser transaction.|
|trans_id_param||The parameter that contains the string ID of the transaction. The value of the parameter must be identical to the value of the transaction_id_param that the vuser initiating the transaction used in lr_start_cross_vuser_transaction.|
|status||The transaction completion status to report. One of:
Invoke lr_end_cross_vuser_transaction to indicate that an action initiated by another vuser is finished from the point of view of this vuser. For example, a message sent from another vuser was received or not by this vuser. The initiating vuser invokes lr_start_cross_vuser_transaction to start a transaction for the action. This vuser invokes lr_end_cross_vuser_transaction to indicate the end of the transacion.
This function does not detect any events. Your script logic determines when the transaction ends and what the status is; and then calls lr_end_cross_vuser_transaction.
If the initiating the user performed a broadcast activity to several recipients, each of the recipient vusers must call lr_end_cross_vuser_transaction.
If the transaction ID identifier parameter value is longer than 16 bytes, or contains a null character (0x00), the value is replaced with the equivalent MD5 hash value.
lr_end_cross_vuser_transaction is not recorded. You can add it to the script manually.
This function returns zero on success, -1 on failure, TRANSACTION_MSGS_EMPTY_START_TRANSACTION_STRING if the transaction name is not specified, or TRANSACTION_MSGS_EMPTY_IDENTIFIER_DATA if transaction_id_param is empty.
You cannot use standard parameterization for any arguments in this function.