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From "Emerson, David" <>
Subject RE: HTTP Proxy Server problems
Date Thu, 05 Sep 2002 19:07:11 GMT
Well, it turns out that when I upgraded to JDK1.4, IE runs and records just
fine. Apparently there's a JDK version issue when using IE. Our apps
recommended version is 1.3.1 at the moment, so it'd be nice if this worked,
but at least I'm further isolating the problem.

>I don't think so.  If that were the case I think the app would be having
>problems without JMeter in the loop. As it is, IE just seems to hang during
>login. Mozilla logs in fine, all the URLs are recorded and I can navigate
>the Mozilla compatible parts of the app just fine.

>Odd - usually JMeter works marginally better with IE than Mozilla.  Are you
>sure it's 
>not an issue with your server application and IE compatibility?


On 4 Sep 2002 at 16:29, Emerson, David wrote:

> I've got another clue. JMeter seems to record perfectly with the Mozilla
> browser. The browser that is giving me trouble is IE 5.5. I'd still like
> get this working as out application has still not been fully updated to
> support non-IE browsers. This work is ongoing, but I'd like to be able to
> fully test meanwhile. Are there any known incompatibilities or
> configurations settings for IE 5.5?
> Thanks.
> I'm trying to use the proxy server to record test plan script and I'm
> trouble. I"ve had previous success recording (a few nightly builds from
> about a month ago) but it no longer works for me. I've added the HTTP
> Server to the Workbench, added a Thread Group and Cookie Manager to the
> Thread Group and started the server. I'm using IE 5.5 and set up the
> connection to go through the proxy. The application is being tested on a
> small isolated network with JSP requests being forwarded to Weblogic on an
> app server on the network. The application's UI uses multiple frames. A
> gifs, js, and the login jsp are recorded but at that point the app seems
> hang. The IE busy indicator was still 'spinning'. It seems like the web
> server (IIS) is waiting on some sort of reponse from the browser that
> appears. I'd really like to be able to use JMeter but I'm hoping you have
> suggestions on how to debug this problem.
> Thanks.

Michael Stover
Yahoo IM: mstover_ya
ICQ: 152975688

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