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Trying to test a page that has a Flash embedded widget on it.

 

here is the page: http://flashvideo.podshow.com/dvid/stats_test.html

 

I can get the HTML ad banner to load properly along with the embedded Omniture tracking code in the HTML.

 

However the EMBED code simply will not register. WAPT simply won't fetch the embed contents.

 

Do you have a solution for solving this?

 

Here is the code:

 

<!--[if IE]><object width="444" height="564" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" quality="high" id="W47b9bafc16060ad2"><param value="http://widgets.clearspring.com/o/47b37fa62c28e953/47b9bafc16060ad2/47b37fa62c28e953/7c6ffa44" name="movie"/><![endif]-->

<!--[if !IE]><!--><object width="444" height="564" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" id="W47b9bafc16060ad2" data="http://widgets.clearspring.com/o/47b37fa62c28e953/47b9bafc16060ad2/47b37fa62c28e953/7c6ffa44"><!--<![endif]--><param name="wmode" value="transparent"/><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always"/><param name="allowNetworking" value="all"/></object><script type="text/javascript" src= "http://widgets.clearspring.com/o/47b37fa62c28e953/47b9bafc16060ad2/47b37fa62c28e953/7c6ffa44/widget.js"></script>

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Guest angela

Hi,

 

It depends on the way in which the flash object sends requests. If, in your case, it does it via browser and HTTP, WAPT should be able to record it. So please let me know.

 

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Guest Aaron W
Hi,

 

It depends on the way in which the flash object sends requests. If, in your case, it does it via browser and HTTP, WAPT should be able to record it. So please let me know.

 

Hi Angela, I run the development team at a small company (owned by a very large company) building sites for the automotive industry. We are evaluating several load testing tools and are interested in more information about WAPT's ability to test Flash applications.

 

Parts of our web sites are built using the Flash authoring tool and they use Flash Remoting to communicate to a middleware/application server in order to get data from a database. Flash Remoting (aka AMF - Action Message Format) is Adobe's high-speed binary-based HTTP transmission protocol for sending data to and from Flash front-ends. Given our investment in this technology we need a load testing tool that can introspect these types of client-server communications.

 

Can you provide more information on the capability of WAPT with regard to Flash Remoting?

 

Thanks.

 

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Hi Angela, I run the development team at a small company (owned by a very large company) building sites for the automotive industry. We are evaluating several load testing tools and are interested in more information about WAPT's ability to test Flash applications.

 

Parts of our web sites are built using the Flash authoring tool and they use Flash Remoting to communicate to a middleware/application server in order to get data from a database. Flash Remoting (aka AMF - Action Message Format) is Adobe's high-speed binary-based HTTP transmission protocol for sending data to and from Flash front-ends. Given our investment in this technology we need a load testing tool that can introspect these types of client-server communications.

 

Can you provide more information on the capability of WAPT with regard to Flash Remoting?

 

Thanks.

 

Hi Aaron,

 

Currently WAPT does not support flash. We discussed this, and, possibly, it would be implemented in one of our future releases, however, we are not planning it soon.

 

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