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Openscript installation error WebDom Browser Helper Installation failed

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When trying to install openscript some times we see an issue like WebDom Browser Helper installation failed! Failed to unregister OpenScript IEToolbar  DLL, as shown in the below image.

WebDom Browser Helper Installation failed

Troubleshooting can be done by performing below steps one after the other and it might get resolved at one place:

Step 1:

Click OK and continue the installation, we may see above popup appearing multiple times during the installation process, we just need to click OK and continue to finish the installation process.

  • Close all your IE browsers if any are opened.
  • Run the uninstall browser helper by executing below command in Command prompt C:\OracleATS\OpenScript\UninstallBrowserHelpers
  • Delete the existing folder C:\OracleATS\OpenScript\Oracle IE toolBar
  • Reinstall the browser helpers by executing below command in Command Prompt C:\OracleATS\OpenScript\InatallBrowserHelpers

In case this does not help, you can try step 2 and perform re perform step 1.

Step 2:

  • Navigate to services panel, give services.msc command in windows run
  • Look for Helper service of Oracle Applicaiton Testing Suite
  • Open properties window by right clicking on the service and select Log On Tab
  • Specify an interactive user who can run the Openscript and Click OK
  • Restart service by right clicking the service and selecting the “Restart” menu item.

Note: Repeat the above steps for “Oracle Application Testing Suite Agent Service”

In case if it still doesn’t work final solution would be to reinstall openscript.

Request you to provide your valuable suggestions or feedback in form of comments, In case you have any other issues feel free to ask in form of comments, I would try my best to provide the troubleshooting steps.

Comments (11)

  • using above 1 st step get same error while uninstalling
    using 2 nd step similar error

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    • Author

      Can you give me below details?
      1. OATS version
      2. Browser Versions ( IE, FF, Chrome )
      3. Operating System

      While installing did you keep the browsers open?
      Also, did you try to install Complete OATS or only Oracle Functional Testing related Openscript?

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      • 1. OATS version:-oats-full-12.5.0.2.537
        tried both Complete OATS and Complete OATS both times getting same error
        2. Browser Versions ( IE, FF, Chrome ):-IE8
        3. Operating System:-windows7

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  • *tried both Complete OATS and Oracle Functional Testing both times getting same erro

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    • Author

      Let me know if you want to give a try over Screen Share, I can help you out, you can reply back to the mail you sent to me with your contact number and time you want to do a screen share.

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      • Hi Srinivas,

        I am facing the same issue, BrowserHelper is not getting installed.

        Tried to re-install openScript, it didnt help.

        Can you pls help me to resolve this issue.

        Thanks!

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      • Windows 7 Professional 64bit system

        IE11
        Firefox 49.0.1
        Chrome 53

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        • Author

          Sorry for the delay in response Ramarajan, Let me know if you can come over a screen share, so that i can help you out.
          You can mail me your whatsapp number and time you are available so take it forward.

          Reply
  • Hi Srinivas,
    Today, i have installed OATS 12.5.0.3 in Windows 7 machine with IE11 and i faced a strange issue. while installation it didn’t installed the IE tool bar extension itself and while trying to do it via IEhelper serivices, getting the below error and “Oracle IE ToolBar” folder is not creating. Please see the log file:
    ————————————————————————————————————
    Feb 15, 2017 4:03:50 PM – [Info] The browser instance doesn’t exist or is closed by users.
    Feb 15, 2017 4:03:50 PM – [Info] IE BHO/FF Extension source directory is found at C:\OracleATS\openScript\plugins\oracle.oats.scripting.modules.webdom.chromeExtension_2.11.2.1012\ChromeExtension
    [Cmd execute] cmd.exe /C reg add “HKLM\software\Google\Chrome\NativeMessagingHosts\oracle.openscript.host” /VE /T REG_SZ /D “C:\OracleATS\openScript\plugins\oracle.oats.scripting.modules.webdom.chromeExtension_2.11.2.1012\NativeMessagingHost\manifest.json” /F
    [Cmd execute ]ERROR > ‘reg’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    [Cmd execute ]ERROR > operable program or batch file.
    Feb 15, 2017 4:03:50 PM – [Info] Cannot save multiuser execution setting for Chrome native host in registry under key: “HKLM\software\Google\Chrome\NativeMessagingHosts\oracle.openscript.host”

    Cannot save multiuser execution setting for Chrome native host in registry under key: “HKLM\software\Google\Chrome\NativeMessagingHosts\oracle.openscript.host”
    Installation – Failure!!

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    • Author

      Is this a fresh install or a fresh install on this machine / laptop ?

      If it is not a fresh install, I would recommend you to do a clean uninstall of Oracle Application Testing Suite ( a.k.a OATS ) and then install OATS with elevated privileges. I am sure you are aware of it.

      Before installing OATS 12.5.0.3 , please verify if Chrome version is compatible, which otherwise please have the compatible Chrome version and proceed with installation.

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  • Hi Srinivas,
    I have uninstalled the prev version of OATS and followed all the steps from your article. While installing itself, i am getting the failure “Openscript installation error WebDom Browser Helper Installation failed” and showing “can not save multiple user execution settings for chrome native host in registry under key”hklm\software\google\chrome\nativemessaginhosts\oracle.openscript.hosts”.

    I have uninstalled the chrome and tried installing openscript but while re-installign itself i am getting this error.

    Reply

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