Fix a GWT request post-recording
The JAR files required by a GWT request may be declared at any time.
Here, the request selected in the Virtual User requires Java classes that are not available. This fact is revealed by several indicators:
- The request icon in the Virtual User.
- The request contains unexpected characters, instead of XML.
- A link (in blue) indicates that the GWT Java libraries for this request are missing.
- To fix a GWT request post-recording
- Click on the link prompting you to declare the required GWT Java libraries. You may also use Edit > Preferences > Project Settings > Libraries Manager > Google Web Toolkit.
- Click the + (plus) button to open the file explorer. Select the JAR file to declare.
- If the JAR file loads correctly, a dialog box confirms that the GWT library has been successfully declared.
- The loaded JAR files appear in the list and a message informs you that the process was successfully completed. Once the request is correctly decoded into XML , it appears in XML format.
- If the request still has not been converted to XML format, it means that some required JAR files still have not been declared. Repeat the operation as many times as is necessary.