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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: HTTP Proxy Server and Regex Matching
Date Wed, 02 Nov 2005 13:09:36 GMT
Sounds like a useful enhancement - but I'm not clear how would you
tell JMeter how to find the text.

Do you have any suggestions for the changes to the UI?

S.
On 02/11/05, Ryszard Lach <siaco@autograf.pl> wrote:
> Hi.
> According to documentation when http proxy server finds in response a
> string which matches value of UDV it is replaced in testing profile by a
> name of this variable, right?
>
> I think, that more useful would be if one could define a variable, which
> would substitute a string with a pair like 'string=${variable}', e.g.
> like that:
>
> if you find string matching id_user=(\w+), then replace it with
> id_user=${username}
>
> Is something like that possible?
>
> R.
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