I ask you to tell me, the scenario is being worked out: entering the server - launching Internet Explorer - launching the video in the browser.
The problem is video playback, the recorder defines it as tex. What function to show the launch of the video?
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If you are talking about Session Replay playback, it will not work in Internet Explorer. Sessions can be recorded in IE, but replay needs webkit browsers. Actually best platform is google chrome and ms edge. You can install there plugin which will fetch static resources like CSS, JS and images to your replay. Only then (when this resources are available for your browser) you can see exactly what user saw. In other cases, view may be broken because of missing styles and images.
I'm sorry, I received additional information from a colleague. The scene described above is not correct.
The correct scenario is what we are talking about:
Log in to Windows - launch an Internet explorer - launch an ATV scan using a built-in media player in Windows.
The problem is to check the synthetics of the launch of the media player and playback, when the media player starts, it is defined as text.
real problem, trying to write a script using a recorder, script script:
Login to the Windows server 2016 - launch the Internet explorer browser 11 - go to the company's internal portal - launch the video. Video in browser launches ActiveX Microsoft Media Player
The syntax for starting a video is needed, successful not successful.
Dynatrace Managed is not able to execute string this type. It cannot login to operating system and launch browser. For the web part of your request, you can just record clickpath in synthetic test definition.
@Ivan G. From my understanding of the question and the current functionality of Dynatrace, This is not possible. Its important to note that Dynatrace's Session Replay is a reply of the users view as they interact with your application. If you are looking to do a synthetic test with a click path then this only will work with web accessible applications/UI's. Furthermore, Dynatrace is most compatible with Chrome rather then IE. Keeping in mind that session replay will record for playback the users recorded session, but it will not use IE for Synthetic Click path Tests.