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Error : An error has occured in the script on this page when opening Run Time Setting in Vugen

Hi,

 

I just install standalone Vugen on Window 2007 SP 64 bit machine. I make sure i disabled DEP/UAC and make sure no other hp sw running (example QTP/UFT or sitescopt) and i install vugen.

 

After installation I reboot the machine , next open Vugen , Open Run TIme Settings but i hit with below error :

 

  • An error has occured in the script on this page
  • Line: 45
  • Cahr 19
  • Error: Expected Identifier
  • Code: 0
  • URL : file : ///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/HP/Virtual%20User%20Generator/bin/RTS/js/directives/rts-radio-element.js
  • Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?

I also install with the Admin Right.

 

Any help ?

 

Regards

mB

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Re: Error : An error has occured in the script on this page when opening Run Time Setting in Vugen

Ops ..my version is Vugen 12.02

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Re: Error : An error has occured in the script on this page when opening Run Time Setting in Vugen

Hi Malayboy,

what OS are you using? is it windows 7 or windows server 2008?

Which IE is installed on your machine?

if you have IE 8, please try to upgrade to IE 9 and above and let us know if this solved your issue.

 

Good Luck

Lior

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Re: Error : An error has occured in the script on this page when opening Run Time Setting in Vugen

Hi Lior,

 

O/S = Window 2007 SP 1 64 bit

IE = IE 8

 

I can see IE 8 in the compatiblelist of Vugen 12.02.

 

Regards

mB

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Re: Error : An error has occured in the script on this page when opening Run Time Setting in Vugen

Hi Malayboy,

Yes - IE 8 is supported in 12.02, but the error you are describing sounds like a rendering issue of some sort, so I wanted to verify if it is related to the IE8  or related to something else.

Can you upgrade the IE version of your machine?

 

Thank you,

Lior

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