Chrome seems to be enabled (test passes), but I keep receiving this error when I try to record a script.
I also tried to change Web Server Configuration (WebServer port to 9101) in RFT and in Chrome. It didn't help.
What else can I try? By the way, is the attached screen shot OK?
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3 replies Latest Post - 2013-04-05T10:44:07Z by SystemAdmin
Pinned topic CRFCN0794E and Chrome enablement in RFT v8.3
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Updated on 2013-04-05T10:44:07Z at 2013-04-05T10:44:07Z by SystemAdmin
Re: CRFCN0794E and Chrome enablement in RFT v8.32012-12-12T18:06:33Z in response to SystemAdminYou can try couple of steps:
1. Check if the Java associated with Chrome browser is enabled. You can use http://javatester.org/version.html link to know about the Java associated with browser
2. Check that port is not used. Modify the port number following the instructions provided at http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/rfthelp/v8r3/topic/com.ibm.rational.test.ft.doc/topics/t_configuring_chrome_ext.html
Re: CRFCN0794E and Chrome enablement in RFT v8.32012-12-13T06:45:22Z in response to SystemAdminHi Nitn,
1. Java version: 1.6.0_17.
2. I changed port to 9101 and nothing has changed.
I guess the problem is with out AUT. When I record a simple script on google.com, record-playback works well. I opened a Service Request on IBM because our AUT is not supported in Firefox either.
Re: CRFCN0794E and Chrome enablement in RFT v8.32013-04-05T10:44:07Z in response to SystemAdminI experienced the same error today. I realized that there is no problem in recording a sample script against google.com, but a simpler html redived from our AUT causes the same error.
I opened a Service Request (59506,001,862) for this.
Attached the sample HTML for those interested.