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Trueclient Script Issue

Hi,

I am recording a script using trueclient protocol which has a PDF Pop up. The PDF pop up is not being recorded in to the script. Please help me to solvethis issue.

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Re: Trueclient Script Issue

Hey,

I wish I had good news for ya but I'm still trying to figure this issue out myself. Some things I've tried that have had some success is to use the Generic browser step and then set it up to press ok in the dialog box. This for me works 50% of the time. I'm currently working on trying to use send keys to send "enter" to see if that works.

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Re: Trueclient Script Issue

Previously in Loadrunner the only way to view PDF documents was to use the FireFox Browser and install a PDF Viewer plugin to view the PDF in the broswer. With the release of IE 11, The Adobe Reader was integrated with IE as a Managed Add-on. This means that PDF documents can now be viewed in the IE browser and in the LoadRunner Scripts.   However, the Adobe "Preference" need to be set as well. Open Adobe reader, go to edit-->preferences -- > Internet and then check under "Web Browser Options", "Display PDF in browser".  We also change our generators to run as a process rather than a system service so that we have more controll of these and other settings.  Hope this helps.

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