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    logging into your web application.

    Using netscape or Ie5.5, silk test logs into our web app with no problem, but in IE5.0 it is unable to log in. Is there a way to get it to log in?
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    Re: logging into your web application.

    The problem is as follows:

    Currently if you record the frame under Netscape, you cannot run it under IE without some modification, the tags are not the same, so if you record anotehr frame in IE it will generally work on IE.

    This is one of the largest problems with SilkTest and I've been hearing that the support for IE and NS will converge sometime in 5.5. We've waited a long time for that fix!

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    Re: logging into your web application.

    hmm, in that case my problem is even stranger. I recorded my entire testframe under IE5.0 and everything works find except the logging in part. Now if I use the same script and run in under netscape it can log in and works almost as good as under IE5.0. Under IE5.5 it will log in but won't do anything else.
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    Re: logging into your web application.

    The best thing to do, is to create a IE5.5 and NS 4.? frame files. Visually look at the three frames files, and try to adjust for the changes in each.

    This will help you learn more about how Silk sees the web appication based on what browser you choose.

    Jason

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    Re: logging into your web application.

    Are you using a derived Invoke, or are you simplely providing an ID and PWD in the frame file?

    It's also posible that NS is using a dialog that silk will handle automatically when you have provided the passwor and ID in the frame, but IE is presenting a login page? if that is the case I would use a derived Invoke (as described in the User Guide) and build in a Switch Case based on browser type.

 

 

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