Did you stoped the Agent in OTM server? Stop Agent service in OTM server and run your command from cmd promt. Also do the same in your local machine.
Note:- the folder where script resides must be accessible in both machines. Share the folder which contains the script.
You want to run the script in a client machine right????
Thank you Deepu! I've install browser helper successfully now.But there is another problem now.
The OTM is installed in a remote machine, and I log in the OTM from my local machine through IE, add the scripts which I copied to the remote machine, so I don't share any folders.
I choose to run the scripts on OTM server, but it says "Failed Find Object timeout. " though I can play the scripts successfully on my local machine with OpenScript. Do you know the reason? Can this caused by the different software version? I just find that the OpenScript version install in my local machine is higher than that in the remote machine.
The error message "Cannot get a connection from helper after 120 seconds. " appears again...
I want to run recorded scripts by OpenScript on OTM ,which installed in a remote machine. All the record scripts can be palybacked successfully in my local and the remote machine through OpneSciript.
Here are the questions;
1) I try to install Browser Helper with the InstallBrowserHelper.bat in the remote machin, but a popup says "There aer 3 instances of Internet Explorer running" though I confirm there is no IE or Firefox or other browsers are running. Even restart my PC then double click the .bat file , the same popup appears.
I also tried to install Browser Helper with browserHelpersInstaller.jar file, but end with the same popup saying "There aer 3 instances of Internet Explorer running".
So, how can I install the Browser Helper successfully?? And why always 3 instances of Internet Explorer running?
2)I tried Run c:\> C:\OracleATS\agentmanager\bin\AgentManagerService.exe -c C:\OracleATS\agentmanager\bin\AgentManagerService.conf, and got below message from cmd window:
wrapper | --> Wrapper Started as Console
wrapper | Launching a JVM...
jvm 1 | Wrapper (Version 3.0.3)
jvm 1 |
then run the script though OTM, only got a IE explorer opened , stopped at the login page in the remote machine and falied message from OTM Result Detail saying "Failed Failed to playback: No browser launched. "
 Why dosen't it go on playback like that in OpenScript?
 I want to playback the script in FireFox, but why does it start a IE even though I set the default explore to be FireFox? How can I make it start FireFox?
Solution 1) and 2) are different methods, right? I mean , with solution 2) I don't need to install browser helper ?
Thank you very much for your help :）
did you manage to solve this issue after all? I am facing the same situation. I started manually the ManagerService and have the same result: browser opens with login but stopped at the login page in the remote machine and falied message from OTM Result Detail saying "Failed Failed to playback: No browser launched. "
looking forward to your solution!
thanks for your repl;y. i ran the uninstallbrowserhelper and the installbrowserhelper (as administrator).
i manually started the agentmanagerservice.exe. with -c c:\oracleats\agentmanager\bin\agentmanagerservice.conf as parameter (the cmd pops up but the service remaines unstarted in services overview)
the follwing addons are active: oracle.OATS.openscript.IEToolbar.openscripttoolbar and Openscript BHO
i ran with -delayPercentage 1 in command line settings in OTM
unfortunately... no success. is there anything else i could verify?
Step1: Uninstall ATS products and Oracle XE database
Step2: Remove/Rename the following folders.
Remove/Rename ATS install directory (e.g. C:\OracleATS).
Remove/Rename the directory: C:\Documents and Settings\username\osworkspace (depends on your Operating System, it may look like: C:\Users\username\osworkspace)
Remove/Rename the directory: C:\Program Files\Oracle\Inventory ( depends on your Operating System, it may look like: C:\Program Files (x86)\Oracle\Inventory)
Step3: Remove the following Services (if services exist)
Start -> Run. Enter "cmd" Type the command: sc delete servicename
Oracle Application Testing Suite Application Service
Step4: Remove the Registry Keys (if exist)
Start -> Run. Enter "regedit" to launch Registry Editor. Remove the keys below:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Oracle Application Testing Suite Application Services
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Oracle\Oracle Application Testing Suite and Oracle Test Management
Step5: Restart your System
Step6: Install ATS with admin privilege