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About the compatibility between LoadRunner 12.02 and IE 11

Hello all,

 

I'm reading the Compatibility Matrix for LoadRunner 12.02 and I'd like to have some confirmation about the "Ajax - Click and Script" protocol support.

From what I understand, IE11 is supported on Windows 8.1 and Windows 2012 R2, and not supported on Windows 7 32bit. But what about Windows 7 64bit?

In the screenshot I attached to my post, the comments next to the line for this os only talks about 8.1 and 2012 R2, does it mean we cannot record with this protocol on a Win7 64bit with IE 11?

 

Thanks for your explanations.

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Hello,

I've looked at the PAM screenshot that you provided, and it's a bit misleading. The important thing about the Ajax C&S protocol is that it's only supported for IE8 and IE9 (and *not* for the later IE versions). So, as far as OS versions go, any version, on which you'll manage to install IE8 or IE9, will be compatible with this protocol.

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So Ajax Clic& Script is not going to be supported for borwsers nrewer than IE9?

Existing Ajax Clic& Script should be migrated/recreated as to TruClient scripts ? Please confirm.

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Hi,

Only IE8 and IE9 are supported by this protocol, you can verify it in our PAM. There's no out-of-the-box option to convert the existing scripts to TruClient, but you may re-record them.

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