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LR 9.5 Multi protocols

Dears,

I have an application which is Real Time Data that deals with Two main components , AJAX COMMIT and AJAx (ASYNC)
how ever that application is not accessible expect through a ASPX website
i ran the protocall advisor and its result stated that i have to use web http/html and AJAX (click and Script )protocalls togther
now i am trying to add both Protocols in a multi protocol but it fails --> protocols are incompatible with each other !!

would somebody advise ???
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Re: LR 9.5 Multi protocols

just use the Ajax protocol. when using the ajax protocol you can configure it to record at different levels. It will be able to to record both web and ajax calls.
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Re: LR 9.5 Multi protocols

yes, Ajax and Http/html are not compatible with each other.

You can use only the Ajax click & script protocol to record the comminication.

I personally dont trust much on protocol advisor, rather speak to my DEV team and understand the means of communication between client & first server.....thats all you need for LR to record your application.

Most of the cases, it list windows socket, http/html/ajax etc....you need to confirm this with your DEV team.

I would suggest you to try recording 2-separate scripts in http and ajax.......check which would suit your requirement.

~Shivaram
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