Automating Silverlight application redirected from Https to Http in Firefox/Safari/Chrome

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  1. sivaraj
    sivaraj avatar
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    Member since:
    Feb 2011

    Posted 08 Jul 2011 Link to this post


    I need to automate a silverlight application which is being redirected from https to http, https part of the application doesnt have any silverlight and the http part have silverlight.

    I know that webaii doesnt support https verion of silverlight in Firefox/Safari/Chrome (Only in IE it works). So inorder to overcome this i have redirected my application through http. But my authentication server which is common for all application and it works in https mode. When i tried automating this scenario i couldnt connect silverlight using webaii/Firefox and even the silverlight application is not getting loadded, But it works fine with IE. Please help me to solve this problem and let me know if we can have some alternate (I cant do anything with my Authentication server, but can try something in my silverlight application)

    Flow of request
    HTTPS (Normal Web Application/Authentication Server) -> HTTP (Silverlight Application)
    Silverlight Application not getting loaded in Firefox, the same script works fine in IE.

    Thanks in Advance

    Regards, Sivaraj
  2. Cody
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    Posted 08 Jul 2011 Link to this post

    Hello Sivaraj,

    Your approach sounds workable. I did a little testing on my own and successfully navigated from an HTTPS non-Silverlight website to an HTTP Silverlight website in Firefox 4.

    Is your website publicly accessible? Can we access it to study this problem? Can you send us the exported test results (see attached screenshot)? Can you record a video of this happening for us to review? Jing is a decent free screen recorder.

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