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From "Amir Nashat" <anas...@CJ.COM>
Subject Re: how to grab and drop variables from pages to requests ?
Date Thu, 26 Sep 2002 22:31:06 GMT
Raphael,

Please see my inline comments.


>>during the the 4th reqponse i have to grab some data in the page vxml
>>var : "<assign id='session_id' value='4'/>" 


If the value of the field is 4 then you should be able to pass this in to the page in question.
You should be able to add this as a parameter in the http request and send it to the page.
On the jmeter website is an example of how to create a test plan using http parameters. I
suggest reviewing it. It has some good clear examples.

amir









and during the 35th request i have to pass the selected value to the
server as a parameter.

Raphaël Piéroni

 --- Amir Nashat <anashat@CJ.COM> a écrit : > Raphael,
> 
> I am not sure I understand your second question. You should know
> ahead of time what parameters you are sending to your page. Please
> explain what you are trying to accomplish.
> 
> 
> 
> >>> raphael_mailing@yahoo.fr 12:40:50 AM 09/26/02 >>>
> hello
> 
> i have some troubles with the test case i try to pass on my server 
> (Tomcat 403 / Turbine servlet answering VXML)
> 
> - first jmeter does not to follow the 3xx http return codes.
> 
> - second how can i grab a variable in a page (the second in my
> scenario) and send it back as a http parameter some pages next
> (during
> the 15 call) ?
> 
> in advance thank you for the answers.
> 
> 
> Raphaël Piéroni
> ps : i downloaded the 1.7.3 release yesterday.
> 
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