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From Michael....@novainfo.com
Subject How to change context root in generic manner?
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2004 15:02:53 GMT
I have an application that can have multiple context roots. I need to be
able to change this in one place rather than in every HTTP Request. I tried
putting it in HTTP Request Defaults Path but the proxy recorder only records
urls that match the path exactly. I would like something that will look at
the path as more of a prefix for the rest of the url rather than an
absolute.

ie:
http://www.bob.com/application/doSomething.do

http://www.fred.com:8080/differentName/doSomething.do

I would like to be able to change just the HTTP Request Defaults like this;
set up 1;
Protocol : http
Server : www.bob.com
Path /application/
Port : 80

set up 2;
Protocol : http
Server : www.fred.com
Path /differentName/
Port : 8080

I would like all HTTP Requests recorded through the proxy server to look at
the Path and only record the 'doSomething.do' when the HTTP Request Defaults
Match.
I've tried a number of regular expression combinations as well with no
effect. I even tried something like 'www.bob.com/application/' for server
name and it didn't work either.

I'm setting up the test plan now and we may have over a thousand test cases
and the system is deployed to 4 or more different context roots (different
test environments on the same box).
thx,
Mike



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