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How convert TruClient to Web-HTTP/HTML work?

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We have some thoughts about how the "Convert script to Web-HTTP/HTML" works.

As we understand it, it takes the captured traffic during the TruClient recording and creates an ordinary web script of this information. My question is now if there is any additional value to do it this way, other than saving the time for recording again.

So any extra logic or other benefits?

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Hi Ola,

You were almost correct in your description. The conversion triggers a replay of TruClient and record of Web (HTTP/HTML) script. While TruClient runs in this mode it reports events to Web (HTTP/HTML) recorder about user actions, parameters, transactions, user defined data points, script actions, user comments and more 

The result is an enhanced Web (HTTP/HTML) script in which you can get oriented more easily. You will still require to perform all correlations on your own.

Regards,

Shlomi

 

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Hi Ola,

You were almost correct in your description. The conversion triggers a replay of TruClient and record of Web (HTTP/HTML) script. While TruClient runs in this mode it reports events to Web (HTTP/HTML) recorder about user actions, parameters, transactions, user defined data points, script actions, user comments and more 

The result is an enhanced Web (HTTP/HTML) script in which you can get oriented more easily. You will still require to perform all correlations on your own.

Regards,

Shlomi

 

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Thanks, then I know what to expect. The extra work made in the TruClient-script will be included, but there will be no extra super magic 🙂

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