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Run-time viewer and Web viewer (test results) unable to display snapshots during script replay

Run-time viewer and Web viewer (test results) unable to display snapshots during script replay.

The error varies, and is usally a js error (requirejs is undefined, expected "}", etc). See attached screencap for one of the error messages.

should any setting be enabled on the windows machine to allow js execution/parsing so the screen snapshots can be displayed by loadrunner?

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Re: Run-time viewer and Web viewer (test results) unable to display snapshots during script replay

Hi

 Please try to replay the script when the Run-Time Viewer menu options are not selected (especially the ‘Enable Scripting’  ).

 During replay of script we are not succeeded to download 100% of all resource include .js files .

Sometimes the missing of files can cause this error even that replay passed OK.

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Re: Run-time viewer and Web viewer (test results) unable to display snapshots during script replay

I have no problem with understanding that the script "passes" based on the console output of the replay log and response data from the server. The runtime-viewer would be a nice feature for folks new to LR to help debug replay errors.. is there a workaround to get all js to download for this feature to work? Is this a known bug?

 

Thanks,

Aish

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