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From "Campos Rui Oliveira" <>
Subject RE: Parsing of parameters which name starts with digit
Date Thu, 23 Oct 2003 13:15:48 GMT
Ok. I realized that with some more tests.


Rui Campos

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: 23 October 2003 13:49
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: Parsing of parameters which name starts with digit

The HTML Link Parser will judge the form to NOT be a match if 
there is a parameter in the sampler that is not in the form.  This is 
to avoid conflicts from pages that have many similar forms.

Short answer: yes, it's a limitation.


On 23 Oct 2003 at 11:06, Campos Rui Oliveira wrote:

> Good morning, everyone!
> Related to the problem that i sent an mail about "Regular 
expressions on parameter names" i tried another solution and now 
i'm facing with another problem.
> I still have an "HTML Link Parser" that should pass over all the 
parameters defined in a form of the previous sampler and modify 
only a few of them. So, for each parameter i'll have to pass over i 
defined in the parameters of the request something like 
> My problem now is that when i have one parameter which name 
starts by a digit (for example "1qty" that defines the quantity for the 
line 1 of an order), all the orders parameters are not matched and 
are passed to the request with the value ".*". If i remove the 
parameters starting by a digit everything works fine.
> Is this a limitation in JMETER "Html Link Parser" ?
> Thanks,
> Rui Campos
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