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    Play back browser not displaying whole page

    hi again,

    im recording a script (in webload 8.0 opensource)developed in asp.net. it supports IE ver 6 or above. when i playback the script, the IDE browser does not display the whole web page. Else it shows parts of the web page getting loaded from line to line. is this correct? when i record the same page in openSTA it nicely shows the whole page in Bview at the end.

    also it says this browser does not support this web page.if the built in browser does not support this web page, is it worth to do a load testing with this script? any comments please

    thanks

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    Re: Play back browser not displaying whole page

    are you talking about snapview.Any errors?.what is out come of your test?

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    Re: Play back browser not displaying whole page

    This is expected. I have posted a reponse on the WebLOAD community forum, but have included here as well.

    This is a quote from a RadView Developer (Amirs) to a similar question

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    1.)WebLOAD is a protocol level testing tool. This means it doesn't emulate the way a web browser deals with HTML and other page content, especially CSJS. The Agenda you've recorded against that site is a valid Agenda in terms of load testing and you can use it to load-test that site without any problem.
    2) WebLOAD IDE as the authoring and debugging tool for WebLOAD, has a somewhat limited preview abilities - its browser view doesn't function as a "real" web browser: it doesn't collect individual frames and displays them in a single page and it doesn't execute CSJS (which is a major part of ArcIMS), so you cannot see in it the web pages as seen in the browser. Actually, the browser view doesn't display the actual "live" pages. It displays static "shadows" of the recorded pages, and since not all of their elements are stored (for performance sake), they cannot be reconstructed at playback time to be displayed like in the web browser

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    Re: Play back browser not displaying whole page

    hi thanks clickme and kiran.

    according to the quote, my problem seems to be resolved [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

    tharinda

 

 

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