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Oracle 2 Tier Application Crashes When Recording Script With VUGen

Hi.

I am trying to record a script for an Oracle Forms Desktop Application. After beginning the recording and completing some steps, the Oracle Forms Application closes by itself while VUGen continues to record. 

If I repeat this procedure without using VUGen, the application works correctly.

What could be the problem?

Thank you.

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Re: Oracle 2 Tier Application Crashes When Recording Script With VUGen

Hello

 

First of all, I’d like to note that the initial description mixed two different Oracle’s protocols: “Oracle 2 Tier” and “Oracle Forms”. Title mentioned “Oracle 2Tier”, but the description says “Oracle Froms”. These protocols are dramatically different, each of them has a corresponding LR protocol: “Oracle 2T” and “Oracle - Web”.

 

So please check what exact Oracle protocol is used underneath, and use corresponding LR’s protocol.

 

Thanks, Dmitry

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Re: Oracle 2 Tier Application Crashes When Recording Script With VUGen

Hi Dmitry, thanks for the reply.

 

The application is bult in Oracle Forms with a 2  tier architecture. Maybe I am wrong, but the protocol advicsor from VuGen suggested Oracle 2 Tier. 

 

Anyway, I tried with both protocols you mentioned but the result was the same.

 

Thank you!

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Re: Oracle 2 Tier Application Crashes When Recording Script With VUGen

Hello

 

LR’s Protocol Advisor works on basis some heuristics, it advises, but not guaranties that some exact protocols are definitely used underneath.

Most reliable way to choose right LR protocol for recording is to fund out it from your application. If it possible, please ask developers/support who produced your application what exact protocol is used and choose corresponding LR protocol.

 

Thanks, Dmitry

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