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Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

Hello,

I'm recording an Oracle RMS UI app (RMS version 16), when I record this using Multiprotocol (Web + Oracle NCA), I'm getting web_custom_request instead of nca functions. 

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LR version 12.55 

Browser used for recording: Firefox

Connection: local machine is connecting via VPN Tunnel to connect to client's network

 

There's a solution from user CHILGLORD however, seems like the link he provided is no longer available. http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00484042 

 

Any idea to solve this?

 

Thanks, 

Daryl

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Re: Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

Do you see any GDAY in the script?

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Re: Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

Hi h2o_2

Unfortunately I don't see any "GDAY" from the recorded script. Attaching the recoreded web_custom_request. 

 

As per my Tech Arch, the current Oracle RMS v16.0.0.1 is using Oracle ADF (Application Development Framework). 

Please advice. 🙂 

Thanks, 

Daryl 

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Re: Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

Hi,

Not all Oracle module contain NCA.

If there is NCA, the next option is that the communication is done over https. To verify it please enable the java console and launch the application manualy. if the Java console will state that the communication is https you'll need to apply the LoadRunner certificate into the Java/Jinitiator.

To enable the java console please see - https://www.java.com/en/download/help/javaconsole.xml

 

 

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Re: Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

Hi, 

Communication between application is http. -->  "Mode=HTTP", 

We noticed this in the script that we recorded.  "EncType=application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8", 

We also tried several Perf Tool specializing in Oracle ADF protocol, but to no avail, we are not able to replay it back successfully. 

I was thinking that it has something to do with the Oracle RMS rls 16 configuration. Wherein there's a parameter that needs to be enable for the recording to be successful. 

Please advice. 🙂

 

Cheers, 

Daryl

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Re: Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

I think it is best you've open a ticket with Micro Focus Support team. There is a need for some data to be reviewed and analyzed.

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Re: Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

Thanks will do that. 

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Re: Web+Oracle NCA recording issue: web_custom_request are recorded instead of NCA Functions

Has this issue been resolved? If yes, I would be curious to see the solution as I am encountering same issue with my recording against Oracle 12 c forms.  Info below is from Java console

 

The proxy host is null, and the proxy port is 0.
Native HTTP implementation is being used for the connection.
The connection mode is HTTP.
Forms Session ID is WLS_FORMS.formsapp.177
Forms Applet version is 12.2.1.3

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