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WPM for monitoring Java applications

WPM for monitoring Java applications

Currently WPM does not support java based applications which pop out of the browser. For example oracle form pops out as a separate java app which WPM recorder is failing to capture.

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Level 13

Agree! And most of the websites now are using java based applications

Level 7

Is this still the case? I will be sad if so....banner's login pages... lot of java.. just tested a few pages in the recorder and my screens blank

Level 11

HUGE use case for my organization for java applet support. HUGE

Level 14

I'm still waiting for this myself.  This is a user experience module.  It only seems logical to support this to actually monitor a user experience.

Level 11

I'm both elated and very annoyed that I had just discovered that you can pass a URL encoded parameter to my specific app to force the applet to stay in browser, making the session available for monitoring via WPM.

It appears to be a common Java applet parameter (not a Java developer) so other watchers of this feature request may find it useful.

I appended the applet URL with "&separateFrame=false".

Level 7

@Joe.Tran, this appears to be a common problem on WPM monitoring. a more elaborate direction is appreciated.

Level 13

I am still waiting............

A must and value added feature, measuring performance of these non browser applications is becoming important now.