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issue while scripting in VUGEN 12.02 for siebel scripts.

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Hi,
I tried creating scripts with VUGen 12.02 for Siebel application which is using Siebel ActiveX 8.1.1.14., I used IE 11.0 for scripting and I am able to access the application manually from the same browser but getting error while recording the script from VUGen. The error states: "Your version of the Siebel High Interactivity Framework for IE, required for use of this Siebel application, may not be current. In order to download a current version of the Siebel High Interactivity Framework, please ensure that your browser security settings are correct and then log in to the application again. Consult your system administrator for details about the Siebel High Interactivity Framework and correct browser settings".
While scripting, I am able to login into the application then getting the above error and could not proceed further.
Kindly suggest for the above issue. 
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Re: issue while scripting in VUGEN 12.02 for siebel scripts.

Hi,

Which protocol did you use?

Regards,

Shlomi

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Re: issue while scripting in VUGEN 12.02 for siebel scripts.

I tried scriptiing using HTTP/HTML and Siebel web protocol with below recording options in VUGEN.

Set the following Recording Options:

  1. Internet Protocol: Recording:
  •  Select ‘HTML based script’
  • Click on ‘HTML Advanced’ and select the following

             -Script Type: a script containing explicit URLs only

             -Non HTML-generated elements: Do not record

  1. Internet Protocol: Advanced:

       -Clear the ‘Reset context for each action’ option.

       - Select ‘Support Charset’ then select ‘UTF-8’

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