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    Testing JSP pages with Silk

    This is indeed a very basic topic:
    How do I have to install/configure Silk in order to recognize anything on a JSP page at all?
    Iíve tried it with both, Silk 5.03 and Silk 5.5 SP1, MSIE 5.5, Win2k, and nothing worked for me.
    Iíve also switched on and off DOM, VM, Java, unfortunately the same result throughout my trial.
    Anybody - anything?


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    Re: Testing JSP pages with Silk

    A JSP page, when presented to the user via a browser, is simply HTML. There is nothing you need to do special. Check that you can view other web pages (such as this site, or yahoo.com)

    If you can't view other web sites, check your extenstion settings.

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    Re: Testing JSP pages with Silk

    I've looked @ Yahoo and everything is being recognized, then switched back to my .jsp -- it just doesnít work.

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    Re: Testing JSP pages with Silk

    Overall I'm not going to be much help here since I haven't done any automation of web apps. However, do a view source on the pages in question. Silk shouldn't care that it's .jsp. But it will care if the page contains java applets, java script and things like that. All the .jsp specific code is executed on the server side.

    The important piece here is, what type of objects is the page displaying, not the fact that it's a .jsp page. By time the page is rendered in the web browser, .jsp becomes irrelevant (in the context of recognizing controls).

    Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong on this point.

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    Re: Testing JSP pages with Silk

    ... that's correct. After further investigation, and with lots of help from David, it turned out that itís a Silk/IFRAME problem. Knowing this doesnít actually make it easier, because I havenít found any documentation nor reference @ Segueís help libraries.

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    Re: Testing JSP pages with Silk

    Latest news from Segue's tech. support:
    it is a Silk problem and no workaround possible and no fix available until the next release expected to be available sometime next March 2002!

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