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Knockoutjs and Web http/html Protocol

Hi,

My application is using Knockoutjs for the front end and http protocol for communication. Will recording in web http/html protocol help? The issue I see is it is not capturing a button object. I have tried both Html based and URL based recording. 

Thanks in advance. 

Chandramouli. 

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Re: Knockoutjs and Web http/html Protocol

Hello,

How many concurrent Vusers do you need to run? If a few hundreds than I suggest TruClient Web. If more than Web (HTTP/HTML) is the option. If the button is not recorded properly maybe it is a client side only operation? If it involves server communication maybe you can record the traffic using Fiddler or Wireshark and generate a script out of it. 

Regards,

Shlomi

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Re: Knockoutjs and Web http/html Protocol

Thanks for the prompt reply. As of now the users are lesser than 100. But during next release it will go upto 800 - 1000 users. So I persume it is better to record in web(Http/Html). 

It is a client-server operation. I should select a value from the drop-down (view source says its a button), and provide a value in the text field, that would take those values to the backend and fetch the value.  

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Re: Knockoutjs and Web http/html Protocol

In that case please try the Fiddler/Wireshark capture suggestion from earlier and generate a script from it.

Regards,

Shlomi

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