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Oracle E business suite -Script failing at function "nca_step_end();"

I am scripting for Oracle E business suite and using Multi protocol (Oracle NCA+WebHttp/https) protocol.

I tried scripting in both HTML mode and URL mode, both the cases the script is failing at function "nca_step_end();"

getting below error

Action.c(331): Retaining cross-step download of URL="http://sec26-10.stc.com.sa:8001/OA_HTML/AppsTCFServer" (RelFrameId=, Internal ID=3107) [MsgId: MMSG-27656]
Action.c(331): Error: Error: ifError expired (50)
Action.c(331): Error: C interpreter run time error: Action.c (331): Error -- memory violation : Exception ACCESS_VIOLATION received.
Action was aborted.

I tried appending the URL mode script from the point of error with HTTP mode script even then i face the same error.
Kindly help me to resolve this issue. I also raising the support case for this issue.

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Re: Oracle E business suite -Script failing at function "nca_step_end();"

Try replaying the script with different Timer modes:

  1. Go to the script folder.
  2. Open the default.cfg file.
  3. Go to [NCA_GENERAL] section
  4. Add the following:  "NcaTimerWaitMode=<value>" where "value" is number from 0 to 3.

Even have you tried to use the protocol Oracle- Web or Oracle Web Elements 11i? This the protocol with full capability for test the Oracle Forms framework.

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