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UFT and Banner v9 AppNav (https://www.ellucian.com/solutions/banner-9-vision) hints and tips?

Hello community!

Our company recently upgraded from Banner v8 forms to Banner v9 AppNav (https://www.ellucian.com/solutions/banner-9-vision - used for educational institutions). The new version of Banner v9 AppNav is web-based and when I try recording in UFT, not all keystrokes are recorded. For example, if I tab between fields, that is not recorded. I'm using UFT v14 build 1775 and have tried IE, Firefox, and Chrome.

Does anyone have any hints and tips for the best way to create scripts for this application?

Thanks!

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Good day.

 

Could you please let us know what is the framework you are using in your application? 

 

We will be aware of your response.

 

Regards

 

Carlos Solis Perez

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According to the Ellucian website, it's Ellucian Ethos framework . The old Banner v8 was Oracle Forms based while the new Banner v9 is web-based and the new webpages look like a web-based version of the Oracle Forms. The 'Set' command seems to work and I can see the value put into the field, but not many of the other commands seem to work - like the SetTOProperty didn't change the property and 'Click' didn't click. When I record in the new Banner v9, the 'Set' will record, but if I do a tab, then that doesn't record.

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