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How does the TrueLog Explorer decide which internal mode to launch during a TryScript?

How does the TrueLog Explorer decide which internal mode to launch during a TryScript?

The TrueLog Explorer attempts to define a "Type" for the loaded TrueLog file by checking the types of occurring API - BDL function - calls in the associated script. Depending on the found API types the TrueLog Explorer defines an "Internal Mode", for example if the TrueLog Explorer finds Web functions in the BDF script then it will launch the Web Mode of the TrueLog Explorer.

Please see the following resolution for further details: What are the different TrueLog Explorer modes which are launched during TryScript or Replay?

Even if a script contains mixed, or multiple, protocols in a single BDF script only one Mode can be launched in the TrueLog Explorer; using the following order when choosing the internal mode:

  1. OraFroms
  2. Citrix
  3. Web
  4. Database

Using the above ordering list if a single OraForms call is found in the BDF script then the TrueLog will use the OraForms layout. Similarly if there are both Web and Database API calls then Web internal mode is used by the TrueLog Explorer.

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