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From Mike Darretta <michael.darretta....@metnet.navy.mil>
Subject Re: Basic RegEx Question
Date Mon, 02 Aug 2004 18:42:48 GMT
I tried various permutations on the syntax, but not this one. Thanks...

Michael Stover wrote:

> Why is your regex "NAVY_EXISTS=(Navy)" ?
> 
> Sounds like you want it to just be "(Navy)"
> 
> -Mike
> 
> On Mon, 2004-08-02 at 14:11, Mike Darretta wrote:
> 
>>I have a very, very simple problem that I am having no luck resolving. 
>>All I need to do is find the phrase "Navy" from an HTTPS response. This 
>>is how I am working the issue:
>>
>>Thread Group
>>   |
>>   |
>>   --- HTTPS Request
>>         |
>>         |
>>         --- Regular Expression Extractor
>>               Ref Name: NAVY_EXISTS
>>               RegEx: NAVY_EXISTS=(Navy)
>>               Template: $1$
>>               Match No: 0
>>               Default: false
>>
>>
>>I must have a syntax problem, because the result of the extraction is 
>>always false, no matter whether the word "Navy" exists in the response.
>>
>>Could someone please help?
>>Thanks.
>>
>>Mike
>>
>>
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