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Cuite Object recorder failing while recording an object.

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I have an internal portal where in have the member sign up functionality with 4 steps.
1 step being creating userid and password. We have validation for each text box (Email ID, Pasword and confirm password textboxes). If the requirements are not matching there appears a small Alert image next to the control. I need to capture that image in my code to check if it working or not.
When I tried to record this Alert Image through Cuite_ObjectRecorder it is throwing a script error. See attached image

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KrishnaSriram wrote Apr 4, 2012 at 9:22 PM

Can you please help me fix this issue.

sureba wrote Apr 9, 2012 at 5:01 AM

Can you please send me Html code of the image that you are trying to capture?

KrishnaSriram wrote Apr 11, 2012 at 3:30 PM

It is a validation rule on the email text box that getting fired when an invalid format is entered:
<img alt=X src="/content/img/invalid.png"> and this is fired on this control:
<input tabindex="1" type="text" class="text action-validate wm" data-after-action="checkMe" data-check-url="/SignUp/CheckEmailAvailability" data-required="true" data-watermark="yourname@email.com" name="email" id="email" maxlength="255" value="" data-pattern-name="email" data-validating-message="Checking Availability" />.

Let me know if you need any other info.

KrishnaSriram wrote Apr 23, 2012 at 3:48 PM

Any update on this issue?

icnocop wrote Apr 24, 2012 at 7:27 AM

Hi Krishna,

Which version of CUTe are you running?
What are the exact steps to reproduce?
For example, which objects on your web page did you click on and in what order that reproduces this error?

Does the same error occur if you use Internet Explorer and perform the same steps?

In order to resolve the issue, we will first need to reproduce the problem.
Can you can simplify all the HTML and JavaScript on your page and attach a zip file containing only the content that can reproduce this problem please?

Thank you.

neerajlad wrote May 28, 2013 at 3:29 AM

Hi
Any update on this??? bcoz I am also facing the same issue.

Thanks in advance,
Neeraj

icnocop wrote May 28, 2013 at 5:53 AM

Hi neerajlad,

What operating system, service pack, and processor architecture are you running on?
Which version of CUITe are you running?
What are the exact steps to reproduce?
For example, which objects on your web page did you click on and in what order can reproduce this error?

Does the same error occur if you use Internet Explorer and perform the same steps?

In order to resolve the issue, we will first need to reproduce the problem.
Can you can simplify all the HTML and JavaScript on your page and attach a zip file containing only the content that can reproduce this problem please?

Thank you.