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From "Costakos,David" <>
Subject RE: Authorization Bug?
Date Thu, 07 Aug 2003 13:19:26 GMT
Well, you are right.  

The hostname for the site is DNS load balanced.  I only wanted to test one
of the IP addresses that had that host name.  So, I placed the authorization
name under the IP of the server I wanted to test rather that the site name
and set the HTTP request url to contain the IP rather than the hostname.
Since all the images on this site appear to have absolute URLs, the header
information wasn't being sent.  I guess I'll just have to have the
administrator modify the JMeter server's /etc/hosts file.

Thanks for the quick response.


-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 8:35 AM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: Authorization Bug?

Looking at the code, it seems that the auth headers are being sent with the 
image requests.  Is it possible the images are under a different directory
what you specified as the base url for authorization?


On 6 Aug 2003 at 23:52, David Costakos wrote:

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> I am trying to load test a website on which every page requires Basic 
> authentication.  I am using JMeter 1.9 RC3.  The issue I am having is 
> that I've checked the box indicating that JMeter should retrieve images 
> and applets when downloading each page.  However, when downloading 
> these binary files, I receive Access Denied errors in the jmeter.log 
> file.
> I fear that my Authorization Manager config is not being applied to 
> these request headers.  Has anyone else experienced this problem?
> Thanks in advance.
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