AJAX Truclient Error : 'Ordinal': The specified value (2) is invalid (823 Views)
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senpleck
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Registered: ‎09-19-2011
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AJAX Truclient Error : 'Ordinal': The specified value (2) is invalid

Hello, when i play a scenario with Vugen and firefox i don't have any errors. But when i whant to ply him with a controler or in performance center, the script stop because of an error on a pop up : 'Ordinal': The specified value (2) is invalid 

 

Why ? thank you for yours answers.

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jayesh3010
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Registered: ‎09-19-2011
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Re: AJAX Truclient Error : 'Ordinal': The specified value (2) is invalid

I think you should try with another Object identification method.

it may be work.

 

jayesh

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seelam
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Registered: ‎10-12-2010
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Re: AJAX Truclient Error : 'Ordinal': The specified value (2) is invalid

Hi,

 

Try with different recording option using AJAX Trueclient and AJAX click&script Protocols.

 

And also try with URL Based recording from RECORDING options.

 

Compare the script with different tries, check what is getting record and what not.

 

Play with AJAX, its new one which is screwing our FRIENDS....

 

Cheers,

Krishna Seelam

 

Thanks,
Krishna Reddy Seelam
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Harold Boyette
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Re: AJAX Truclient Error : 'Ordinal': The specified value (2) is invalid

I am encountering this same problem.  My theory is that when you're doing something like Activate Tab #2 (like when you click on something that brings up a PDF in another tab) that the script is attempting to activate the tab before your browser has had a chance to create the tab.  The script works fine when you're running in the editor because it's running slower and the tab is created before the Activate Tab #2 step runs.  But when running on the controller, the script runs faster and tries to activate the tab before it's been created.

 

There should be a command like WaitForBrowserTab to eliminate this issue.

 

Please contact me directly (boyetth@labcorp.com) if you want to discuss.  I really need a fix for this as well.

 

 

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