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Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author oliverbock
Full name Oliver Bock
Date 2004-11-01 16:50:30 PST
Message If you get response code 200 back then I think that the login is OK.
Could there be anything else on your computer that might be attempting
to piggyback your HTML connection? Other than that, I'm all out of
ideas.


    Oliver

--
On 02/11/2004, at 11:24, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:

>
>
> I generate standard scripts before I start off the recording. I tried
> running the script in debug mode but there was no reference to any
> attempt being made to connect to rms.adobe.com. There were a couple of
> rejected cookies though.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeevak
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 4:12 PM
> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>
> MaxQ contains no references to adobe.com, so while it may be a MaxQ
> problem, MaxQ is getting this name from something you are doing.
>
> Are you generating standard scripts or compact scripts? Compact
> scripts
> only include requests/responses where a comprehensible response was
> received, whereas standard scripts will include requests without
> comprehensible responses. (I'm not sure, but images might be in this
> category.)
>
> You might also try giving MaxQ the "-d" flag and wading through its
> output.
>
>
> Oliver
>
> --
> On 02/11/2004, at 10:16, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> There is no mention of rms.adobe.com in the source generated for
>> the
>> requested webpage and that's the reason why I felt it might have
>> something to do on the maxQ end. There are no error messages displayed
>> in the console, just the error message window in the GUI.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Jeevak
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 3:06 PM
>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>
>> Jeevak,
>>
>> I got an account with theserverside.com, but I cannot reproduce your
>> problem using IE6 on Windows 2000. I do notice that the pages include
>> requests to zedo.com, which is presumably an advertising site.
> Perhaps
>> when you were using it a different advertiser (Adobe) was used, or
>> perhaps your page is customised because you have some history with the
>> site.
>>
>> If you search the HTML source of the page you reach after logging in,
>> does it mention rms.adobe.com?
>>
>> Do you see anything in the command-line window when the error occurs?
>> If the error is being presented in a box in the GUI then it should
>> print
>> some information.
>>
>>
>> Oliver
>>
>> On 02/11/2004, at 09:48, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>>> None of them use https. I took the following steps
>>> 1. Setup the browser to use the proxy port.
>>> 2. URL pointed to http://www.theserverside.com
>>> 3. Attempted logging in using my credentials.
>>> 4. After logging in successfully, maxQ throws the "Cannot connect to
>>> rms.adobe.com" error.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Jeevak
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:36 PM
>>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>>
>>> Do any of the web pages in your test case include https in their
>>> addresses? MaxQ would have problem with them.
>>>
>>> Can you write me some instructions so I can reproduce this problem?
>>>
>>>
>>> Oliver
>>>
>>> --
>>> On 02/11/2004, at 09:22, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>>>> Hi oliver,
>>>> The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just
>> that
>>>
>>>> these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording
>>> session.
>>>> It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Jeevak
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>>>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
>>>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>>>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>>>
>>>>> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
>>>>> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
>>>>> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
>>>>> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
>>>>> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from
>>>>> the
>>>>
>>>>> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
>>>>> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on
>>>>> the
>>>>
>>>>> tigris.org website?
>>>>
>>>> So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it
>> works,
>>>
>>>> but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
>>>> not?
>>>>
>>>> The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
>>>> free to ask questions on this list.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Oliver
>>>>
>>>>
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RE: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Full name Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Date 2004-11-01 16:24:34 PST
Message I generate standard scripts before I start off the recording. I tried
running the script in debug mode but there was no reference to any
attempt being made to connect to rms.adobe.com. There were a couple of
rejected cookies though.

Thanks,
Jeevak
-----Original Message-----
From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 4:12 PM
To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

MaxQ contains no references to adobe.com, so while it may be a MaxQ
problem, MaxQ is getting this name from something you are doing.

Are you generating standard scripts or compact scripts? Compact scripts
only include requests/responses where a comprehensible response was
received, whereas standard scripts will include requests without
comprehensible responses. (I'm not sure, but images might be in this
category.)

You might also try giving MaxQ the "-d" flag and wading through its
output.


    Oliver

--
On 02/11/2004, at 10:16, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:

> Hi,
> There is no mention of rms.adobe.com in the source generated for
> the
> requested webpage and that's the reason why I felt it might have
> something to do on the maxQ end. There are no error messages displayed
> in the console, just the error message window in the GUI.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeevak
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 3:06 PM
> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>
> Jeevak,
>
> I got an account with theserverside.com, but I cannot reproduce your
> problem using IE6 on Windows 2000. I do notice that the pages include
> requests to zedo.com, which is presumably an advertising site.
Perhaps
> when you were using it a different advertiser (Adobe) was used, or
> perhaps your page is customised because you have some history with the
> site.
>
> If you search the HTML source of the page you reach after logging in,
> does it mention rms.adobe.com?
>
> Do you see anything in the command-line window when the error occurs?
> If the error is being presented in a box in the GUI then it should
> print
> some information.
>
>
> Oliver
>
> On 02/11/2004, at 09:48, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>> None of them use https. I took the following steps
>> 1. Setup the browser to use the proxy port.
>> 2. URL pointed to http://www.theserverside.com
>> 3. Attempted logging in using my credentials.
>> 4. After logging in successfully, maxQ throws the "Cannot connect to
>> rms.adobe.com" error.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Jeevak
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:36 PM
>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>
>> Do any of the web pages in your test case include https in their
>> addresses? MaxQ would have problem with them.
>>
>> Can you write me some instructions so I can reproduce this problem?
>>
>>
>> Oliver
>>
>> --
>> On 02/11/2004, at 09:22, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>>> Hi oliver,
>>> The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just
> that
>>
>>> these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording
>> session.
>>> It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Jeevak
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
>>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>>
>>>> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
>>>> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
>>>> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
>>>> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
>>>> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from
>>>> the
>>>
>>>> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
>>>> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on
>>>> the
>>>
>>>> tigris.org website?
>>>
>>> So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it
> works,
>>
>>> but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
>>> not?
>>>
>>> The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
>>> free to ask questions on this list.
>>>
>>>
>>> Oliver
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>>
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Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author oliverbock
Full name Oliver Bock
Date 2004-11-01 16:11:50 PST
Message MaxQ contains no references to adobe.com, so while it may be a MaxQ
problem, MaxQ is getting this name from something you are doing.

Are you generating standard scripts or compact scripts? Compact
scripts only include requests/responses where a comprehensible response
was received, whereas standard scripts will include requests without
comprehensible responses. (I'm not sure, but images might be in this
category.)

You might also try giving MaxQ the "-d" flag and wading through its
output.


    Oliver

--
On 02/11/2004, at 10:16, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:

> Hi,
> There is no mention of rms.adobe.com in the source generated for
> the
> requested webpage and that's the reason why I felt it might have
> something to do on the maxQ end. There are no error messages displayed
> in the console, just the error message window in the GUI.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeevak
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 3:06 PM
> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>
> Jeevak,
>
> I got an account with theserverside.com, but I cannot reproduce your
> problem using IE6 on Windows 2000. I do notice that the pages include
> requests to zedo.com, which is presumably an advertising site. Perhaps
> when you were using it a different advertiser (Adobe) was used, or
> perhaps your page is customised because you have some history with the
> site.
>
> If you search the HTML source of the page you reach after logging in,
> does it mention rms.adobe.com?
>
> Do you see anything in the command-line window when the error occurs?
> If the error is being presented in a box in the GUI then it should
> print
> some information.
>
>
> Oliver
>
> On 02/11/2004, at 09:48, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>> None of them use https. I took the following steps
>> 1. Setup the browser to use the proxy port.
>> 2. URL pointed to http://www.theserverside.com
>> 3. Attempted logging in using my credentials.
>> 4. After logging in successfully, maxQ throws the "Cannot connect to
>> rms.adobe.com" error.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Jeevak
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:36 PM
>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>
>> Do any of the web pages in your test case include https in their
>> addresses? MaxQ would have problem with them.
>>
>> Can you write me some instructions so I can reproduce this problem?
>>
>>
>> Oliver
>>
>> --
>> On 02/11/2004, at 09:22, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>>> Hi oliver,
>>> The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just
> that
>>
>>> these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording
>> session.
>>> It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Jeevak
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
>>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>>
>>>> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
>>>> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
>>>> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
>>>> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
>>>> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from
>>>> the
>>>
>>>> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
>>>> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on
>>>> the
>>>
>>>> tigris.org website?
>>>
>>> So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it
> works,
>>
>>> but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
>>> not?
>>>
>>> The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
>>> free to ask questions on this list.
>>>
>>>
>>> Oliver
>>>
>>>
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>>>
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>>>
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RE: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Full name Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Date 2004-11-01 15:16:47 PST
Message Hi,
    There is no mention of rms.adobe.com in the source generated for the
requested webpage and that's the reason why I felt it might have
something to do on the maxQ end. There are no error messages displayed
in the console, just the error message window in the GUI.

Thanks,
Jeevak
-----Original Message-----
From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 3:06 PM
To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Jeevak,

I got an account with theserverside.com, but I cannot reproduce your
problem using IE6 on Windows 2000. I do notice that the pages include
requests to zedo.com, which is presumably an advertising site. Perhaps
when you were using it a different advertiser (Adobe) was used, or
perhaps your page is customised because you have some history with the
site.

If you search the HTML source of the page you reach after logging in,
does it mention rms.adobe.com?

Do you see anything in the command-line window when the error occurs?
If the error is being presented in a box in the GUI then it should print
some information.


    Oliver

On 02/11/2004, at 09:48, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
> None of them use https. I took the following steps
> 1. Setup the browser to use the proxy port.
> 2. URL pointed to http://www.theserverside.com
> 3. Attempted logging in using my credentials.
> 4. After logging in successfully, maxQ throws the "Cannot connect to
> rms.adobe.com" error.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeevak
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:36 PM
> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>
> Do any of the web pages in your test case include https in their
> addresses? MaxQ would have problem with them.
>
> Can you write me some instructions so I can reproduce this problem?
>
>
> Oliver
>
> --
> On 02/11/2004, at 09:22, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>> Hi oliver,
>> The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just
that
>
>> these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording
> session.
>> It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Jeevak
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>
>>> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
>>> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
>>> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
>>> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
>>> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from
>>> the
>>
>>> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
>>> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on
>>> the
>>
>>> tigris.org website?
>>
>> So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it
works,
>
>> but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
>> not?
>>
>> The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
>> free to ask questions on this list.
>>
>>
>> Oliver
>>
>>
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>>
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>>
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Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author oliverbock
Full name Oliver Bock
Date 2004-11-01 15:06:11 PST
Message Jeevak,

I got an account with theserverside.com, but I cannot reproduce your
problem using IE6 on Windows 2000. I do notice that the pages include
requests to zedo.com, which is presumably an advertising site. Perhaps
when you were using it a different advertiser (Adobe) was used, or
perhaps your page is customised because you have some history with the
site.

If you search the HTML source of the page you reach after logging in,
does it mention rms.adobe.com?

Do you see anything in the command-line window when the error occurs?
If the error is being presented in a box in the GUI then it should
print some information.


    Oliver

On 02/11/2004, at 09:48, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
> None of them use https. I took the following steps
> 1. Setup the browser to use the proxy port.
> 2. URL pointed to http://www.theserverside.com
> 3. Attempted logging in using my credentials.
> 4. After logging in successfully, maxQ throws the "Cannot connect to
> rms.adobe.com" error.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeevak
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:36 PM
> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>
> Do any of the web pages in your test case include https in their
> addresses? MaxQ would have problem with them.
>
> Can you write me some instructions so I can reproduce this problem?
>
>
> Oliver
>
> --
> On 02/11/2004, at 09:22, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
>> Hi oliver,
>> The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just that
>
>> these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording
> session.
>> It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Jeevak
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
>> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
>> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
>> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>>
>>> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
>>> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
>>> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
>>> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
>>> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from
>>> the
>>
>>> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
>>> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on
>>> the
>>
>>> tigris.org website?
>>
>> So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it works,
>
>> but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
>> not?
>>
>> The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
>> free to ask questions on this list.
>>
>>
>> Oliver
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RE: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Full name Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Date 2004-11-01 14:48:21 PST
Message None of them use https. I took the following steps
1. Setup the browser to use the proxy port.
2. URL pointed to http://www.theserverside.com
3. Attempted logging in using my credentials.
4. After logging in successfully, maxQ throws the "Cannot connect to
rms.adobe.com" error.

Thanks,
Jeevak

-----Original Message-----
From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:36 PM
To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Do any of the web pages in your test case include https in their
addresses? MaxQ would have problem with them.

Can you write me some instructions so I can reproduce this problem?


    Oliver

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On 02/11/2004, at 09:22, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
> Hi oliver,
> The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just that

> these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording
session.
> It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeevak
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>
>> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
>> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
>> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
>> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
>> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from
>> the
>
>> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
>> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on
>> the
>
>> tigris.org website?
>
> So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it works,

> but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
> not?
>
> The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
> free to ask questions on this list.
>
>
> Oliver
>
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Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author oliverbock
Full name Oliver Bock
Date 2004-11-01 14:35:38 PST
Message Do any of the web pages in your test case include https in their
addresses? MaxQ would have problem with them.

Can you write me some instructions so I can reproduce this problem?


    Oliver

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On 02/11/2004, at 09:22, Jeevak Kasarkod wrote:
> Hi oliver,
> The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just that
> these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording session.
> It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeevak
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
> To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
> Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error
>
>> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
>> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
>> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
>> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
>> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from the
>
>> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
>> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on the
>
>> tigris.org website?
>
> So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it works,
> but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
> not?
>
> The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
> free
> to ask questions on this list.
>
>
> Oliver
>
>
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RE: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Full name Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Date 2004-11-01 14:22:01 PST
Message Hi oliver,
         The scripts run fine on the commandline as well its just that
these error message boxes keep popping up during the recording session.
It is misleading since I am not sure if it generated the right code.

Thanks,
Jeevak
-----Original Message-----
From: Oliver Bock [mailto:oliver at g7 dot org]
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 2:13 PM
To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

> I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from the

> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on the

> tigris.org website?

So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it works,
but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
not?

The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel free
to ask questions on this list.


    Oliver


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Re: [maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author oliverbock
Full name Oliver Bock
Date 2004-11-01 14:13:03 PST
Message > I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
> generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried
> testing out the registration process for a website and it threw a
> "Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98
> version of maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from the
> GUI. Are there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any
> detailed documentation about the tool other than the html pages on the
> tigris.org website?

So you are saying that when you run your script from the GUI it works,
but when you run the identical script from the command line, it does
not?

The only documentation is what you see on maxq.tigris.org, but feel
free to ask questions on this list.


    Oliver


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[maxq-users] Cannot connect to rms.adobe.com error

Author Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Full name Jeevak Kasarkod <jeevak at middleware-company dot com>
Date 2004-11-01 10:57:40 PST
Message Hi,

I am new to the MaxQ regression testing tool. As a first attempt at
generating some automated testing scripts with this tool,I tried testing
out the registration process for a website and it threw a "Cannot
connect to rms.adobe.com" error. I am using the latest 0.98 version of
maxQ. The generated tests however run successfully from the GUI. Are
there any settings I need to change? Secondly,is there any detailed
documentation about the tool other than the html pages on the tigris.org
website?

Thanks,

Jeevak
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