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Why do I get the commented code "// Rule set "ASP.NET ViewState"" in my SilkPerformer 2009 scripts?

Why do I get the commented code "// Rule set "ASP.NET ViewState"" in my SilkPerformer 2009 scripts?

 

The "Rule set "ASP.NET ViewState"" which is recorded as a commented statement lets the user know that a recording rule is in effect. In this case it is a default rule which is designed to handle ASP.NET"s ViewState mechanism. This ruleset consists of two HttpParsingRules: the first one takes care of the ViewState form fields, the second one takes care of the EventValidation form fields.

Further information about recording Rules can be found in the Online Help or in the Advanced Concepts under "Rule-based Recording"

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