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From "Mike Stover" <mstov...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Link Parser
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2002 18:08:06 GMT
I just tried a similar setup and it worked ok.  My guess is that the page returned by your
first 
request doesn't return links that match, maybe because of the non-default port number.  

-Mike

On 4 Sep 2002 at 10:29, Zazueta, Robert wrote:

> Hey y'all. New to the list. I just went through the archives and found most
> of the answer I was lookinf for in regards to using the link parser as part
> of a spidering tool (I actually *do* see some use to doing this for our
> site). Everything is more or less copasetic except for one thing: it doesn't
> seem to like regular expressions in the path of the HTTP Request.
> 
> Here's what I'm using:
> 	JDK 1.3.1
> 	JMeter 1.7.3
> 	Windows 2000
> 
> Here's how it's set up:
> 
> Root
> 	Test Plan
> 		Thread Group
> 			HTTP Request (Domain: my-machine, Port: 5000 Path:
> /)
> 			Simple Controller
> 				HTTP HTML Link Parser
> 				HTTP Request (Domain: my-machine, Port: 5000
> Path: .*)
> 			Constant Timer (3000ms)
> 			View Results Tree
> 			HTTP Cookie Manager
> WorkBench
> 
> The results tree show just fine for the first HTML Request. For the second
> one, though, the request data is "http://my-machine:5000/.*" and the HTTP
> Response code is a Non HTTP Response Code. The HTTP response Message is --
> you guessed it -- a Non HTTP response message.
> 
> Any idea what I'm doing wrong here? Thanks!
> 
> Rob Z.
> 
> 
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