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Offscreen Rendering WebGL Website Take Screenshot in Java

XMichael_LP
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Offscreen Rendering WebGL Website Take Screenshot in Java

I would like to screenshot a website in Java. This website is based on Canvas and WebGL. Because I want to record the web viewer as PNG images. Just have no idea how to do it. I am using a Linux Debian 9 root server and it has no graphics card for info. It would have to be rendered offscreen.

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AlexKaras
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Re: Offscreen Rendering WebGL Website Take Screenshot in Java

Hi,

 

Are you talking about manual (Live) or automated tests?

 

Linux Debian 9 root server

Is this where your web server is installed or the machine that is used to execute your tests?

 

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  /Alex [Community Hero]
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XMichael_LP
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Re: Offscreen Rendering WebGL Website Take Screenshot in Java

Hello, yes with live
XMichael_LP
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Re: Offscreen Rendering WebGL Website Take Screenshot in Java

Debian 9 is on webserver
AlexKaras
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Re: Offscreen Rendering WebGL Website Take Screenshot in Java

Hi,

 

yes with live

Not sure that I got the problem...

Live tests are executed manually and CBT's interface provides a button to take the screenshot.

It does not matter what web server serves requests as web pages are rendered on the local browser.

 

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  /Alex [Community Hero]
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