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Web Checks - impact from browser cache


Hi All:

Running into strange events in which an application fails on a login
step due to not being able to find specified object (username field).
Manual run of the steps yields no issues. Some of our applications use
a federated single sign on product for login. My question is as
follows:

If there are multiple web checks/jobs running on a single RT Server,
will job "A" that checks a URL for library resources and uses that
single sign on login affect job "B" that checks a URL for accessing
video lectures AND also uses the same single sign on login product? I
had assumed up to this point that the jobs ran similarly to the actual
web recorder, ie that there is a "recycle recorder" function or
something else that allows it to run without impact from the cache being
created by other running web checks.


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