The TruClient Browser for IE simulates the functionality of an IE browser. This enables you to record and replay scripts as if you were working in an IE environment.
Note: The TruClient for IE protocol is designed to work with applications running in standard mode only.
The TruClient engine depends on specific browser features, available in IE 9 or higher versions, that are not supported by Internet Explorer prior to version 9 and are also not supported in IE9 if backward compatibility mechanisms are in use.
For details on document and browser modes, see Browser modes.
Note: The TruClient browser for IE also requires read access to the following registry key:
The TruClient browser for IE also requires write access to the following registry key:
For details on FireBug Lite's features, see What is Firebug?
Enforce Standard Mode
TruClient for IE can only record and replay application in standard mode. TruClient enforces this mode on all pages that you navigate to while you are recording and replaying.
If you wish to explore how pages are rendered in a non-standard IE mode, you can temporarily deactivate enforcement by deselecting Advanced > Enforce Standard Mode. When deselected the following message appears in the Sidebar:
While in the mode you will not be able to develop or edit scripts in the TruClient IE browser. Click the Enforce button in the message box or select Advanced > Enforce Standard Mode, to continue recording and replaying in the TruClient for IE browser.