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When trying to record the script using Silk Performer Workbench, function count is not increasing

Hello,

We have  installed Silk Performer 16.0 on Windows Server 2012 R2 , 64-Bit OS and trying to record a script for client based Application. But when we try to record the script using Silk Performer Workbech (Project type - Mixed Protocol), the function count is not increasing.

Also I tried using different Project type, but the function count is not increasing.

Kindly look into this and let us know at earliest.

Regards,
Anant Nayak

Warm Regards,

Anant Nayak

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RE: When trying to record the script using Silk Performer Workbench, function count is not increasing

Hi,

The first thing to do is determine the protocol used for communication by the application, as that will be what influences the project type that you select.

When you have the correct project type you then need to create an Application Profile to hook all processes responsible for generating traffic with the application.  Please see the following article which discusses how to create this profile, and also provides a link to an article which provide details on how to identify all processes responsible for generating traffic:

community.microfocus.com/.../9134.how-do-i-configure-silkperformer-to-record-traffic-for-my-custom-application.aspx

Best Regards

Leeanne

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