Answer by Yuriy L. ·
Let me try to give you more details. First, please read my answer to a similar question. Also, there are sample scripts ZZ_OCR_Multi_Browser_Driver and ZZ_OCR_Multi_Browser_TMapDriver you can use to understand how the techniques described in Monitoring Applications with Un-recognized Controls article can be applied to Web browsers, including creation of cross-browser scripts.
While Chrome more and more becomes the mainstream browser, it’s not possible to have recognition of inner controls available for all GUI technologies, and relying on image recognition and OCR is a common trend in GUI automation tools that, like ESM Recorder, can automate everything. But, if using Chrome only is acceptable for you, then switching to Dynatrace Synthetic would be a good long run choice. Eventually Dynatrace Synthetic may start supporting other Web browsers. There are no plans for introducing recognition of HTML controls for browsers other than IE in the ESM Recorder.
Answer by Kris Z. ·
Not natively and there's no plan for it. Edge and Chrome can be driven using OCR and image recognition technologies, i.e. the same way as any other GUI application or Citrix screen. This is basically a workaround.
The best Chrome support is available in Dynatrace Synthetic https://www.dynatrace.com/capabilities/synthetic-monitoring/ . Did you consider this alternative?
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