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Recording explorer based on JExplorer

Hi Experts,

I am trying to record a application based on JExplorer (build JXv3.2 2007-02-26 21:08 EST)using VUgen 9.51. Protocol advisor suggested following protocols to record it:

1)COM/DCOM

2)JAVA Record Replay

3)Microsoft .NET

But none of the protocols are supportive to record the events, when I attempt to get actions recorded. Please suggest what should I do to record this application?

Regards,
Vishwas
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Re: Recording explorer based on JExplorer

Are you referring to JXplorer - LDAP Browser?
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Re: Recording explorer based on JExplorer

Hi guys,
I have similar situation - and my question is: can VuGen use one protocol inside in another protocol ? (for example start recording with HTML and then when servlet appear record actions in this servlet with AJAX protocol)
Best regards,
Alexey
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Re: Recording explorer based on JExplorer

@Madan: Yes, J Explorer- the LDAP Browser.
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Re: Recording explorer based on JExplorer

@Alexy....
u can use multi protocol to record ur scenario...
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Re: Recording explorer based on JExplorer

Thanks for advise Prasenjit,
but VuGen doesn't want to mix Web (HTTP/HTML) and AJAX (Click and Script) - it's strange.

Best regards,
Alexey.
Best regards,
Alexey
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Re: Recording explorer based on JExplorer

Yes there are some limitation when using multi protocol.....so u need to find the correct mix of the protocols....
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