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Hello dear user
Not sure to understand what application you are talking about. Are you talking about EM / Enterprise Manager?
Do you say that you don't record the login action or that you can't find the username/pwd in the script?
Do you develop load test script or functional test script?
If this is a load test script, you should find a http post with the user/pwd argument.
If you develop a functional test script against OEM 12c, you need to use ADF script.
Please let us also know OpenScript / ATS version and you platform details (windows & IE version).
Thank very much for your reply.
my environmnet: ATS 18.104.22.168.58 OS: win2008 server IE8 target: oracle RAC enterprise manager database express 12c.
Develop function testing script to replay EM via openscript.
Couldn't record the login action because EM use a flash login-plugin to verify username/passwd.
I don't know how to get the username/ps info . Thanks.
What is EM? Enterprise Manager?
If it is a Adobe Flash module, you need to use the Adobe Flex (AMF) Functional Test Module (see chapt 11 in the OpenScript user guide)
The Adobe Flex Functional Test Module recorder has the following prerequisites:
■ The Flex application must include the Adobe Flex automation libraries either at
compiles time or at run time. You need at least automation.swc and
automation_agent.swc from the Adobe <flex
builder>\sdks\3.5.0\frameworks\libs folder (3.5.0 is an Adobe sdk version).
Also, automation_dmv.swc is required for charts, advanceddatagrid and
olapdatagrid support. See the Creating Applications for Testing section of the
Adobe Flex Data Visualization Developer's Guide for additional information about
the tasks required to include the Flex automation libraries.
If it is Enterprise Manager, it uses ADF technology, so you need to use the Oracle Fusion/ADF Functional Test Module
Before recording any script in Oracle Fusion/ADF Functional Test Module, you
must configure the ADF Server so that the ADF application uses uncompressed
The Oracle Fusion/ADF Fusion Test Module recorder requires that the ADF
application use uncompressed class names. You must configure the application server
to specify that uncompressed class names are used for testing purposes.
There are three settings that must be configured in the following files on the ADF
See OpenScript user guide.
Hope it helps