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Unable to record a Java Application .jnlp extracted from .jar file

Good morning,

 

I have followed the steps in the post:

https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/LoadRunner-Practitioners-Forum/No-events-getting-recorded-while-recording-jnlp-application/m-p/1637589#M26951

After configuring the Java over HTTP according to the instructions I started recording. The system displays the Java Application splash screen twice as expected but does not launch the application.

I have taken the same values and created a desktop shortcut to launch the application which works.

The Java Application is usually started with a Web Start Page. I have located the .jar files and decompressed the .jar file which contain the Application.jnlp.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Paul

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Re: Unable to record a Java Application .jnlp extracted from .jar file

Today follow up is that I noted and error in the recording log: (Service=) NOT PROXIED! (REASON: Unable to connect to remote server: rc = -1 .

The system attempted to launch the application and caputured 130 items. Under recording options I turned on HTTP Properties Advanced and set Use the LoadRunner Proxy to record a local application. The application now starts. However, I do not see any recorded trafic after the application launch.

Any suggestions for the next steps?

Thank you

 

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