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From Andrea Loddo <garbi...@libero.it>
Subject Re: SOAP response
Date Thu, 07 Jul 2005 15:31:19 GMT
Thanks very much. It works!!!! the solution was simply the "view result 
in tree" listener! :)

Peter Lin wrote:

>since soap calls are expensive, by default the sampler is set to
>ignore the response. You have to check "read response" for it to save
>it. once it is checked, you can view the results in "view result in
>tree" listener
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>peter
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>On 7/7/05, Andrea Loddo <garbiner@libero.it> wrote:
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>>Hi,
>>
>>I am testing a Web Service. Everything seems working right: no errror in
>>log, no test interruptions and correct statistics. Only ine thing: Soap
>>response is empy. Is there any method to handle the HTTP response that
>>Jmeter parses to get XML tests results?
>>In the case that the server response is ok but the SOAP response is
>>empty, where can I view these HTTP messages response?
>>
>>Thanks very much.
>>Andrea.
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