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Loadrunner Versions supporting TruClient

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Which versions of LR support TruClient portocol. I mean in which version was it first introduced and supported?

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Re: Loadrunner Versions supporting TruClient

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"TruClient technology was first implemented as a browser extension integrated with the Firefox browser in LoadRunner 11.00. In LoadRunner 11.50, the TruClient for Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) protocol added the same functionality integrated into the IE browser."

Quote taken from this Reference: http://community.hpe.com/t5/LoadRunner-and-Performance/TruClient-in-the-world-of-Load-Testing/ba-p/5927581#.V3uInLh97RZ

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Lior

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Re: Loadrunner Versions supporting TruClient

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"TruClient technology was first implemented as a browser extension integrated with the Firefox browser in LoadRunner 11.00. In LoadRunner 11.50, the TruClient for Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) protocol added the same functionality integrated into the IE browser."

Quote taken from this Reference: http://community.hpe.com/t5/LoadRunner-and-Performance/TruClient-in-the-world-of-Load-Testing/ba-p/5927581#.V3uInLh97RZ

Thanks,

Lior

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Thanks AvniLior

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