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Load Runner Recording

Hi Folks,

I have to record a application flow which can be opened only by Internet Explorer 9 that too only through "Run as different user" mode with credentials?

Bcoz the loadrunner captures only the IE windows which is opened by 'Record" Option. But I have to start IE separately as run as 'different user" and navigate the applciation.

Please help me to resolve this issue?

Also I tried like giving "web_set_user" fucntion with credentials in init and started recording but it's asking me to replace the old record which mean replacing the web_set_user.

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Re: Load Runner Recording

Take a look here:

/t5/Performance-Center-Practitioners/Loadrunner-VuGen-scripting-detecting-2nd-browser-window/td-p/4610226

and set it for both 32 and 64-bit processes.

 

 

LR R&D
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Re: Load Runner Recording

Hello, 

I think you can either try proxy recording, refer to here:

http://hpe-vugen-8dtl-staging.s3.amazonaws.com/en/12.55/help/WebHelp/Content/VuGen/t_HowToRecordViaAProxy.htm

Or if you prefer the traditional hook mode recording, just select record windows application, and record the "C:\windows\system32\runas.exe" and pass the correct parameters to it to start your browser. 

LoadRunner by default should be able to hook into child processes.

Regards,

Bingle(LoadRunner R&D)

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