Have you already reproduced the problem and created a .css file using AppScans Extended Support Mode?

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Have you already reproduced the problem and created a .css file using AppScans Extended Support Mode?

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Yes/No. The .css file is the file produced as a result of running AppScan in the Extended Support Mode. If you have a .css file available, click “Yes”. The panel will then instruct you to include the file as follows: Supply the extended verbose file to be included. Supply the full path to the file. The file by default generally resides in: C:\Documents and Settings\\My Documents\AppScan The best way to get that path is locate the file using the Windows explorer. Then, copy the path, and append the name of the file you would like to include. If the path is not correctly specified, or this file is not accessible, this prompt will return after you click OK. Check to make sure you have supplied the correct file. A message will be displayed in the “Data collection progress” area. Skip option is available, if you cannot find the file you need. If you do not have a .css file available, click “No”. Would you like to enable Extended Support Mode for problem recreation ? If you choose N

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