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From Jordi Salvat i Alabart <>
Subject Re: HTTP Proxy as a Controller
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2003 10:51:55 GMT
You'll need to unpack, then the _lib.

I believe the _lib only contains 3rd project libraries (ORO, Tidy, 
avalon, etc.)



En/na ha escrit:
> I've installed JMeter 1.9.1 and overlaid content from
> but I cannot see HTTP Proxy Server as a controller.
> It is still appearing for me as a Non Test Element and I cannot create a listener inside
> What have I not done?
> Thanks,
> Andrew
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jordi Salvat i Alabart <>
> Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 00:56:11 +0100
> To: JMeter Users List <>
> Subject: Re: Suggestions for additional Recording Controller functionality
>>Yes, both are possible.
>>If you get a recent nightly build, you will see that the HTTP Proxy 
>>Server is now a controller. If you create a listener directly inside it, 
>>the proxy will send the samples it generates to it. If you use a View 
>>Results Tree, you'll be able to track all re-directs, headers, 
>>authorizations, etc.
>>Could you please file an enhancement request for 1) ?
>>En/na ha escrit:
>>>1) Have the Recording Controller record any authorisations entered and populate
the HTTP Authorisation component with the values.
>>>This would assist with setting up the HTTP Authorisation Manager correctly.
>>>2) Have the Recording Controller work with the Simple Data Writer to output all
pages received into a file.
>>>I would use this to have a look at the output that re-directs me to other pages.
>>>Are these extensions possible?
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