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varada Absent Member.
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How to avoid Web cookie set during recording

While recording we get lots of webcookiesets.Please let me know how to avoid this.

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sky2 Absent Member.
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RE: How to avoid Web cookie set during recording

Clear the browser cache.

Paul has an article on this as well on the things to look out for when clearing the cache: community.microfocus.com/.../20168.clearing-cache-and-cookies-in-internet-explorer-does-not-delete-all-offline-files.aspx.

If possible, run the browser in private browsing mode as well during the recording.

Hope this helps.

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sky2 Absent Member.
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RE: How to avoid Web cookie set during recording

Correction: The article is revised by Rod Logan. Apologies.

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donbonin Absent Member.
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RE: How to avoid Web cookie set during recording

I use a web recording rule to auto comment out the cookies.

Under Settings >> System   then on the "recorder" section there is a "recording rules" tab.  

Look it up in the online help and there is an example there to auto comment out the cookies - it's nice in case you want to see what cookies are being set, but not have to manually comment them out after recording.

There are a few manual file edits but it's not too difficult.

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