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Loadrunner and jquery

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Hi ,

VUgen with LR 9.0 and using Multiprotocol (HTTP/HTML) does not record when jquery libraries are being used.

Is this a LR limitation?

Thanks
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Re: Loadrunner and jquery

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Is this application implemented using jquery ajax framework?

I don't think it's supported in VuGen v9.0..

You can probably download only VuGen v9.52/11.0 and try using Ajax/Trueclient protocol.

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Re: Loadrunner and jquery

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Is this application implemented using jquery ajax framework?

I don't think it's supported in VuGen v9.0..

You can probably download only VuGen v9.52/11.0 and try using Ajax/Trueclient protocol.

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Yes I believe that is being used. Thanks we'll upgrade to LR 9.5 and try this out.
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Dear Shivaram Patil,Suleena Sharma

If use jquery ajax framework...
I use VUgen 9.5

Can I create AjaxScript that I record in Ajax Protocal and
then copy AjaxScript to HTTP/HTML Protocal ? And then replay
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