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From Jayashree K <>
Subject RE: How to record script in JMETER without proxy server?
Date Thu, 10 Mar 2005 06:01:22 GMT
This is very strange. I tried it out....guess what???
It DID WORKED for me even :-)
But, still I got stuck in further problem. It did worked for HTTP request. I means HTTP Protocol
got recorded.......but since in between there is HTTPS ...protocol. Recording stopped and
I can't move further now. :-(
Any other strange idea for this?

Kiran <> wrote:
Hi ,
I am very new to jmeter.But I faced this .In that case What I did is
,I gave the URL of website and site is loaded. Then I change the
settings as local host and 80. Click START in jmeter to record. I was
able to go navigate and record.

Instead if u change setting to localhost and 80 at the beginning and
try to load the site ,it will give page cannot be displayed.

I am not sure whether it is the correct way. But it worked for me.

Regards Kiran

-----Original Message-----
From: Jayashree K [] 
Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2005 10:22 AM
Subject: How to record script in JMETER without proxy server? 

Jmeter help says to have IE Settings and Jmeter-HTTP Proxy server to be
same. specify Ex: Localhost 80 at both the places. Then recording
happesn. TRUE.

But here, When I specify localhost and 80 in my IE. I'm not able to see
the website (Page can't be displayed comes.) Here, proxy is transperent.
So now what to do?

Unless and until I specify anything, HOW can i record?

>>From SysAdmin, I got to know one IP and 3128 as port. When I set that
in IE...i can access the pages.
But when I specify that in HTTP Proxy Server of JMETER...It doesn't
work. REcording doesn't happen.

Is there any way to do the recording in JMeter in such cases?
OR If Address and port is other than 80 or 8080. How to do recording
with other machines IP and Port??????

Can anyone plz let me know the steps to do?


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