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Can LoadRunner 12.50 will record webcenter Capture application events


1. Can you tell me whether LoadRunner 12.50 will able to record webcenter Capture application events in IE11.

2. If yes, Please tell me the steps to follow recording the webcenter Capture application.

Kindly provide us solution ASAP.

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Re: Can LoadRunner 12.50 will record webcenter Capture application events

Hello aravindraj_p14

Commonly Oracle develops web applications rich in Javascript resources or combination of Web + Java applications. So, I really appreciate if you can let me know which technologies uses WebCenter.


Daniela Gómez Alvarado
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Re: Can LoadRunner 12.50 will record webcenter Capture application events


Before anything please keep present that LoadRunner records and emulates communication protocol technologies and not specific applications.

Then based in the nature of the Oracle WebCenter you can try any of the next protocols which should fit on the communication type that Oracle WebCenter uses and for the technologies embedded inside the Oracle Framework.

  • Web (HTTP/HTML).
  • Oracle Web Elements.
  • TruClient.

Of course depending on variables like Proxy, Network, SSL, Compression, headers, cache elements and others the business process will need different recording settings that can help to grant the recording process.

Kind regards,


Alfredo Díaz Canales
HPE Software Expert Engineer
LoadRunner - Performance Center 


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