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From Scott Eade <se...@backstagetech.com.au>
Subject Re: regexFunction
Date Thu, 12 Dec 2002 09:23:18 GMT
Okay, I have managed to make it work.

The problem was the Recording Controller that was the parent of the HTTP
Requests.  I included it in the original post just in case it was relevant
and it turns out that it was.  It existed because I originally recorded the
script using the proxy.  Now that I am manipulating the script by hand I
have moved the requests out of the Recording Controller and the regex
functions now work.

Thanks for your help Mike.

Scott
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Backstage Technologies Pty. Ltd.
http://www.backstagetech.com.au


> From: Scott Eade <seade@backstagetech.com.au>
> Reply-To: "JMeter Users List" <jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org>
> Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 20:05:59 +1100
> To: JMeter Users List <jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org>
> Subject: Re: regexFunction
> 
> Nah, I mistyped it in the email message.
> 
> I have been using the Function Helper Dialog with the same result.
> 
> Any other suggestions?
> 
> Scott
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> Scott Eade
> Backstage Technologies Pty. Ltd.
> http://www.backstagetech.com.au
> 
>> From: "Mike Stover" <mstover1@apache.org>
>> Reply-To: "JMeter Users List" <jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>> Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 03:48:35 -0500
>> To: JMeter Users List <jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>> Subject: Re: regexpFunction
>> 
>> Could it be that you are using "__regexpFunction" when the name is actually
>> "__regexFunction"?  (ie, no 'p').  At first, I thought it was just a typo in
>> your email, 
>> but I noticed you did it twice....
>> 
>> Using the Function Dialog Helper would avoid such problems too.
>> 
>> -Mike
>> 
>> On 12 Dec 2002 at 16:56, Scott Eade wrote:
>> 
>>> I can't for the life of me get a regexp function to work.  Here is what I
>>> have set up:
>>> 
>>> JMeter version: cvs head
>>> JDK: 1.4.0_01
>>> 
>>> Test Plan
>>>   Thread Group
>>>     Recording Controller
>>>       HTTP Request 1: Output includes numerous anchor elements
>>>       HTTP Request 2 (POST): Sends a parameter thus:
>>>         Name: parm1
>>>         Value: ${__regexpFunction(<a href=(.*)>,$1$,1,,,)}
>>>         Encode: No
>>> 
>>> This is a contrived example based on Mike's original posting of the regexp
>>> functionality, the real expression I would like to execute is quite
>>> different.  My problem is that I cannot get this to work - the result is
>>> always empty (i.e. The query data always shows "parm1=" rather than
>>> "parm1=_some_value_found_by_the_regexp_function_").
>>> 
>>> Any assistance you can provide with making this work would be greatly
>>> appreciated.
>>> 
>>> Cheers,
>>> 
>>> Scott
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>>> Scott Eade
>>> Backstage Technologies Pty. Ltd.
>>> http://www.backstagetech.com.au
>>> 
>>> 
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