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Disabling the Cookie Prompt
Testing HTML Applications
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Configuring Your Browser for Testing
Before you record scripts, you should configure Internet Explorer and/or Netscape
Navigator so that scripts will play back in the same way as when you recorded them.
For best results, you should configure Internet Explorer and/or Navigator identically
on both the computer that you record scripts on and the computer that you play back
scripts on. In addition, you should disable the cookie prompt.
Disabling the Cookie Prompt
To disable the cookie prompt in Internet Explorer 5:
1. Start Internet Explorer 5.
2. Click Tools > Internet Options.
3. Click the Security tab.
4. Make sure the Internet icon is selected.
5. Click the Custom Level button.
6. Scroll to the Cookies section.
7. Click Disable in both cookies options.
8. Click OK two times.
To disable the cookie prompt in Netscape Navigator:
1. Start Netscape Navigator.
2. Click Edit > Preferences.
3. Click the Roaming Access category.
4. Click the Item Selection tab.
5. Uncheck Cookies.
6. Click OK.
Making HTML Applications Testable
To make HTML applications testable:
Verify that the HTML extension is loaded in Robot.
Enable HTML testing in Robot.
For recording on Netscape, enable caching on the server.