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Script fails in BAC.

Hi,

I have a script which runs well in VuGen. But when i try to run it through BAC it fails. I am not sure what might be the reason for failure. Please help me out.

Regards,
Mallesh
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Hi ,

please can you provide which type of vugen script uses?

also provide BAC/BPM Vugen version.

Thanks
Haytham Hosny
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Hi,

Protocol used - oracle web application 11i
Vugen - 9.0
BAC - 6.5

Earlier it used to work, but from past few days its not working.

Thanks,
Mallesh
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Hi ,

please do the following procedures:

- try to run the scripts from the BPM it self by invoking the extended tasks

- make sure that the BPM service is running with a valid service account.

Thanks
Haytham Hosny
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Hi,

I have tried invoking the tasks manually from BAC also. i tried opening the application manually from location(used for monitoring in BAC) and it is working fine.

Regards,
Mallesh
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Hi ,

Now , Can you check the reported data into BAC EUM?

Thanks
Haytham Hosny
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Hi,

Only for first transaction, response time is displayed. No response time is displayed for second transaction. I am getting this issue for second transaction.

Thanks,
Mallesh
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Can you add screenshot of BAC page showing the issue and attach the script?
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Hi Guys,

i installed LR 9.0 in the BPM machine and tried to execute the script. But the script fails. Looks like this is not the issue from BAC but from the BPM machine.

I have attached the script and the replay log. I am using Oracle web application protocol.

But when i run the same script from another system, its working fine.

I am not able to figure what exactly is the issue.
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what protocol u r using.record with web(http/html)+ oracle nca
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It appears that the script ran with BPM cannot login properly. You do not have any text checks but it's failing to find the "US Super HRMS Manager - Inquiry" link which only shows up when you have a successful login (I assume). I don't believe it's BPM machine issue 100% since you can use the browser there to login. You need to find more info on how the manual browser login differs from the Vugen/BPM login.

1. You might want to ensure there's no concurrent login issue that may cause the login failures.
2. If you can reproduce the same failure you attached in this thread, then execute the script in Vugen with extended login enabled. Compare the login HTTP request header with the HTTP header from the recording log. Also compare the HTTP response body to help determine more about the login failure.
3. Try rescripting using HTTP Web/HTML.
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Hi,

If i use Web Http/Html, "Javascript enabled browser is required" message is shown in the replay window. The application doesn't even login with this protocol.

Javascript is enabled in my browser(IE 7.0).

I have removed the text checks, the script works fine and i can see the home page in the replay window.

This has something to do with the java, is my guess.

Thanks,
Mallesh
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