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Generating java script error while play back the screen using IBM RFT

adam france
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Joined: Jan 25, 2006
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Hi
I have tree structure project like
+ maintenace
|--accounting
|---finance
like wise i have so many screens.
we are using Websphere Application Server for running the project.
when i move the mouse pointer to maintenance at '+' place it is displaying as "javascript:myToc.nodeClicked(1)"
and i move the mouse pointer to "accounting module" it is diplaying as "javascript:myToc.nodeClicked(2)" .
Similary for all the screen diplaying node number at the status bar.
Now we are generating scripts using "IBM Rational Tools" .
In our own database it is generating scripts and play back the screen very fine.
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The problem where i am facing is "we are generating the scripts at different database server (i.e different client side)at that time it is giving error as unable to find javascript:myToc.nodeClicked(1)"
</b>
pls help me to slove above problem.
looking for the reply
ur's
arjun
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Eric Pascarello
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It is either not on the page or it is calling it before the page is loaded. Probbaly need to find a way to add a pause to get the page fully loaded.

Eric
 
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