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LoadRunner 9.52 (HTTP/HTML) Stopping applet Issue

Applet is getting stopped automatically even though the applet required fields got loaded successfully (jar....etc) and stoped logging the information.

Application Info:
Basically JRE will get loaded and it will log the client side information in client (LR)/were application is accessed.
Don't have any issues on communication client machine (LR) to server machine and script is working well for server request and response.

Information of script:
HTTP/HTML URL based mode recording.
selected runtime/recording settings and all other prerequisites as follows.

Recording:
Recording Options --> Network --> Port Mapping Select "Socket level and WinINet level Data"

Runtime Settings:
Runtime Settings --> Preferences --> Selected WinLnet replay instead of sockets option

LR :
Disable firewall, antivirus and Data execution prevention.

JRE Settings:
Control Panel --> Java ---> General ---> Network Settings ----> Use browser Settings
Java ---> Java Tab ---> View ----> selected the version in user tab which application will support.
Java ---> Advanced Tab ---> Debugging ----> enabled all logging levels
Java ---> Advanced Tab ---> Default Java for browser ----> selected the browser which application will support

Source:
Installed JDK version which will supported by application/code compiled


Let me know if am missing anything, it will be g8t.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.52 (HTTP/HTML) Stopping applet Issue

Hi Prasad,

Instead of Winnet, just give a try for browser emulation and select appropriate IE version installed on your system. ALso in IE advance options make sure use JRE version for applets is checked


Regards,
Imran
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Re: LoadRunner 9.52 (HTTP/HTML) Stopping applet Issue

Already both the settings are implemented.

Compared the both logs of Manual and LR execution observed below mentioned live connection is not happening and applet getting into applet waiting stage and stopping the applet.

liveconnect: Invoking method: public java.lang.String XXXXXXXXXXXX.newDate(int)

Let me know if am missing anything, it will be g8t.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.52 (HTTP/HTML) Stopping applet Issue

Any recommendation on the same will be highly appreciated, this issue is stopping all my progress.

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Re: LoadRunner 9.52 (HTTP/HTML) Stopping applet Issue

tried with web+winsock
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Re: LoadRunner 9.52 (HTTP/HTML) Stopping applet Issue

Hi Parker,

Thank you for the recommendation.

Tried web+winsock and obesrver below mentioned exception in recording log, recieving this error when it JRE is making liveconnect to server.
[Net An. Error ( a34: ca8)] Request Connection: Remote Server @ xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8180 (Service=) NOT PROXIED! (REASON: Unable to connect to proxy: sid = 5012, rc = 10056)

By looking into this message it certainly saying some proxy issue but my application is not secured site and we are not using any proxy.

Let me know if you need any other information.

Regards,
Prasad.
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Re: LoadRunner 9.52 (HTTP/HTML) Stopping applet Issue

Can load runner able to handle applet running on client side?
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