You can choose to precache content by test or session.
|Browsers||Operating Systems||Precache using the Java applet||Precache without the Java applet|
|IE 11||Windows 7||Yes||With this browser, you cannot precache without using the Java applet.|
|Firefox 50*||Windows 7||Yes||With this browser, you cannot precache without using the Java applet.|
|Chrome 56||Windows 7||With this browser, you cannot precache using the Java applet.||Yes|
|Safari 9||MAC OS 10.9||With this browser, you cannot precache using the Java applet.||Yes|
* You cannot precache with Firefox 52, as Java plugin is not supported on Firefox 52.
Depending on your browser, you can precache content with or without using the ProctorCache Java applet.
If you cache content by sessions, you must perform the following task only after you create a test session(s).
You must either disable pop-up blocker or add an exception to allow pop-ups from your precaching URL.
- Click Firefox, and select Preferences...
If you do not see your secure test website in the Site column with an Allow status, type your secure test website in to the Address of website field, and click Allow.
Click Save Changes.
- From Testing, select Sessions.
Type a session name into the search field, and click Search.
Click the checkbox next to the session.
Click Select Task, click Precaching Test Content, and click Start.
Click View Status to open ProctorCache in a new window.
From the application, you can refresh downloaded test content, reload the content, or purge content from the cache. See Set Up and Use ProctorCache for directions.