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Any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins after first time on Chrome 76 with UFT 15

We were doing automation of a Java web application on IE 11.0 with UFT 12.0.

Recently we shifted on Chrome.So we upgraded to UFT 15.0.1.

Now any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins.

The very first time any operation gets done immediately on Chrome 76 with UFT 15 but after that it is causing a delay.

Even with record and run , execution is equally delayed.

Kindly let us know what could be the probable reason of it and how we could resolve it.

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Re: Any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins after first time on Chrome 76 with UFT 1

Hi,

 

As far as I know, Chrome no longer supports NPAPI (technology required for Java applets).

https://java.com/en/download/faq/chrome.xml

Is your appplication Java applets? 

 

Thanks,

Angel

 

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Re: Any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins after first time on Chrome 76 with UFT 1

Hi Angel,

 

Thanks for your response.

We do not use NPAPI and thus Java Applets.

We  use framesets/iframes in UI under JSF.

 

Thanks,

Rakhi 

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Re: Any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins after first time on Chrome 76 with UFT 1

You haven't provided alot of info here for people to go on.  Are your objects recognized in the end using Smart Identification?  I haven't gone to 15 just yet (like to let other people find all the problems first before I install it). so not sure what the differences are in object recognition but if using visual recognition you may need to look at how you identified it as the fact UFT finally does operate on object after long time tells me it went through Smart Identification process as it couldn't uniquely identify the objects.

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Re: Any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins after first time on Chrome 76 with UFT 1

rowser("abc").Page("abc").Frame("def").WebEdit("xyz").SetText "123"
Browser("abc").Page("abc").Frame("def").WebEdit("pqr").SetSecure "5eccea62115bc1bb30f67dc8dfb484c22b20137a"
Browser("abc").Page("abc").Frame("def").WebEdit("test").Click
Browser("abc").Page("abc").Frame("ghi).WebLink("test1").Click


so here when we are clicking on weblink = test1, it is taking 3-4 mins. to click on this object.
If it clicks then on next page to set value on an edit box and click on a button , another 3- 4 mins. are taken for every operation.

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Re: Any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins after first time on Chrome 76 with UFT 1

hi, 

it looks like a very specific problem. Does this happen on other usual pages like www.google.com? If not, there must be some logic traversing the objects on the page. The frame object in the middle of the chain is probably causing some trouble. 

if this is a specific issue, I'd suggest you raise a support case to find the exact cause to the issue.

Thanks.

James

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Re: Any web operation be it Click or Set is taking 4-6 mins after first time on Chrome 76 with UFT 1

Hi James,

No it doesn't happen on other pages like of www.Google.com .This seems to be specific to this webpage/site only.As suggested by you, we have raised a support case SD02701425 for this.

Thanks,

Rakhi

 

 

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