Object locks (using SAP’s enqueue methods) are taken whenever a user goes to change an object (a purchase order, for example). Locks can be seen in both the recording and the playback, but because of the way that Testimony sequences the scripts in the playback, it is possible that:

  • A lock seen in the recording is not seen in the playback, or
  • A lock is seen in the playback that was not seen in the recording

Because of Testimony’s Dynamic ID functionality, the second type is much less likely to occur than the first.


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