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BSM Unable to Deploy Java Record Replay Script

Hello Experts:

I'm having an issue deploying a VuGen script written using the Java Record Replay protocol.  The script works fine in VuGen.  I've uploaded it to BSM, but the script transactions are not listed in Admin/End User Management/Monitoring.  However, the are listed in Admin/End User Management/Script Repository when I click the Transactions icon.  In addtion, the script is not being deployed to the BPM servers. 

I'm running BSM 9.26.371, and BPM Data Collector version 9.25 and 9.26.  In the script Runtime Settnigs, I've enabled Define Each Action as a Transaction, and I'm running as a thread.

Any thoughts?

Tom

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Re: BSM Unable to Deploy Java Record Replay Script

I've looked at the script .usr file and the transactions are listed in [TransactionOrder] and [Transactions] sections.

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Re: BSM Unable to Deploy Java Record Replay Script

This is a thick Java client/server application.  I've installed the thick client on the BPM server and it executes as expected.  The client requires a specific version of JDK, 1.6_043, which I include in the Use the Specific JDK option.

The script is not listed in the BPM Run Unit Name list.

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Re: BSM Unable to Deploy Java Record Replay Script

Hi Tom,

 

Did you fixed the problem? I'm with the same problem on my company.

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