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VuGen 9.1 not recording popup window actions

Hi,

I am trying to record screens for a script using vugen 9.1 (win2k/vista, IE 6.0). The actions and screens record correctly upon launch but they remain teathered to the first window I open. If I click a link which launches a popup window the actions in the new window are not recorded when they should be. Is there a way to make vugen recognize my second window?

I'm doing New Web HTTP/HTML single protocol script.

I kept all the default settings

HTML based, Browser emulation is Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows).

Is there something I forgot to do?

Thanks

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Re: VuGen 9.1 not recording popup window actions

What kind of WebApp? If it uses java servlets, AJAX, or any kind of clinet side process for the pop-up the action will not get recorded. If not, when you act on the pop-up events should get recorded. If this web application does have client side processing try one of the GUI protocols, Web or AJAX.

Alan
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Re: VuGen 9.1 not recording popup window actions

Is the second window launched in a new process? You may want to check the following KB: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM174025 to see if it allows you to record that other window. Or as Alan said, you will have to try another protocol.

./Sébastien
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