You can enable or disable content capture in the T6 agent configuration. However, the AMC Editor profile also has options that allow you to enable or disable content capture. Why is it to your advantage to enable or disable this feature in the agent configuration?
The AMC Editor profile overrides the content capture option in the T6 configuration.
The AMC Editor profile allows you to enable or disable content capture for the scripts associated with the profile, or use the value set in the T6 configuration (Agent Default).
So if you set the profile to Agent Default and you enable this feature in the T6 configuration, you would capture content images on VP failures.
If the content capture option is disabled in the agent configuration, then the profile setting (true or false) determines whether you capture images on VP failures.
Please note that captured images have a default lifetime (default is 8 hours). The maximum number of captures is 1000. So if you are trying to display an image that is over 8 hours old or is not included in the 1000 most recent images, then you would not be able to display the image.
According to the V18.104.22.168 Administrator's Guide, the content capture feature is only available for RFT scripts and for RPT scripts that use HTTP protocols.
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