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Text Verification and getting information from we b logic server
User saeed_qasim (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
thanks Murad , but
with respect to web logic server , the issue is
when ever some one is acting/working on the application , the
messages in web logic server comes and the scrolled up very quickly ,
As winrunner is only recognizing the weblogic server window,
therefore i needed to find out a way so that i can actually find the
specefic text i.e. "EXCEPTION" text in the web logic server window.
now is there any way that i can exactly get the specefic text from
weblogic server i.e. "Exception" text (which may be of 6 or 7 lines
in web logic server) ?
--- In winrunner@y..., Murad Khan <mkhan@h...> wrote:
you have to
Re: Text Verification and getting information from we b logic server
User Murad Khan (email@example.com) posted:
Are you using WR to monitor a LIVE web logic server? i.e. you have users
(people or WR scripts) running on other workstations, and you're running WR
on the Web Logic Server box, and trying to monitor the console. So you (the
WR script on the weblogic box) have no idea of what the users on the other
machines did to generate the exception on the weblogic console. If so,
you're using the wrong tool for job.
Try telling the weblogic server to write the console output to a log file or
to a Perl script and have it do what you want it to do. WR is not going to
be good at doing this kind of stuff.
Murad Yar Khan
Test Automation Engineer
Harland Financial Solutions