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Load runner is not supporting for WEB RTC functionality.

Hi,

My application was built on Web RTC functionality, am not able to test the load using chromium in LR 12.53 version.

It prompting me with the error "

Incompatible Browser

The video component of this application is powered by OpenTok on WebRTC. To enable this functionality, please use Google Chrome orFirefox."

I have downloaded and installed the latest version of the google chrome browser in my local machine, after installing the latest version again the same issue.

 

Thanks,

Dhanush.

 

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Re: Load runner is not supporting for WEB RTC functionality.

Hi

Admittingly, I am not familiar with this type of application but a question:

are you trying to record with TruClient or web protocol?

if with TruClient - did you try with FireFox as well? As you rightly noted, TruClient uses Chromium (which is as close as can get to Chrome, but can be different).

Try with FireFox and let us know if this works for you.

Thanks,

Lior

 

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Re: Load runner is not supporting for WEB RTC functionality.

Hi,

It might be possible to enable it with Chromium.  See references below

TruClient Chromium allows extending the command line arguments sent to the browser but before sharing it I believe WebRTC needs to be tested y TruClient R&D first.

Regards,

Shlomi

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