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Object moved to here in run time viewer

Hi Experts,

We have configured script for .net application.script runs sucessfully with verification check also correlation is done proper but worry is on run time viewer we see "object moved to here"
what does it signify?

Is it error? pls find screenshot attached

lr version : 9.5

Please suggest

Thanks,
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Re: Object moved to here in run time viewer

one question, is ur required url got updated/changed??

sometimes it happens when u record a script with a URL and after that the url got updated/changed....like manually if u type the old url in browser it will ask u to click on a link to go to the new url or it will automatically redirect to the new one.

So just check the url manually where u r getting that object moved here.

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Re: Object moved to here in run time viewer

url is not changed..we are using the same

Pls suggest
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Re: Object moved to here in run time viewer

This is probably something you can ignore if everything seems to be working in your script.

The RunTime Viewer is not a full web browser and is only designed to display the exact file in the current step. I've seen this type of thing before with pages that are complex, there's often a check in the code to confirm it's inside a specific frame or named window and to display a link if it is not displayed in the array it's designed to be. A sub-script can be triggered to display a message or redirect the page or a link to the proper top frame page in case a user comes across the file on the server out of context.

Since the Viewer isn't really a full browser it's much more reliable to refer to the code of the page in the Server Response section of the Tree View or your own correlation code. I usually just disable the viewer display altogether.
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