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How to track data exchange

 
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Hi All,

I am working on a load generator application where i record client interactions(request and response objects) in XML serialized form.

Now i want to replay those recorded stuff. I am able to replay simple
calls(requests) using reflection APIs.

But the problem comes when i have to use data returned by one call in a later stage in another call. So there should be some mechanism to track data
exchange while recording and use this tracking mechanism while replaying so
i am aware that the data returned by some call has to be used in another?
 
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