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TrueClient - Network Timeout (Session management related)

Hi There,

we have an application, after login, will invoke another application thru SSO thru some hyperlinks. (does not mean 2nd app will load instantly, once we login to 1st app, need to click an hyperlink to invoke 2nd app)

I've scripted this flow in trueclient and working fine in local - both load mode and develop mode.

The same is not working from HPPC. Getting error t=xxxxxxms: Error-205177:*13, Click on xxxx javascript link ** failed - end event due to network timeout.

Any thoughts whats going on ?

Regards

K

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Re: TrueClient - Network Timeout (Session management related)

Hi Screen2, 

the second application invoked consists in a second window under the first part of the web navigation?

Maybe the problem is that TC can't find the second browser window. 

Lorenzo

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Re: TrueClient - Network Timeout (Session management related)

Hi @Screen2,

It could be caused by different network environment of your local machine and PC machine. Enable extended log could help to understand why there is network timeout. You may send the extended log to me via private message if it's allowed.

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Re: TrueClient - Network Timeout (Session management related)

hi Guys,

Thanks for your responses.

Figured out this : Its a firewall issue. LG's unable to connect to the application VIP's. 

Resolved now.

Thank you

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