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From "Brian Swackhamer" <>
Subject RE: How to open exported jmx file in jmeter
Date Mon, 19 Jun 2006 13:35:46 GMT
Did you configure your jmeter properties file to all for your sites
certs.  Please look for the SSL Configuration portion and make the
correct changes to the file.  Anything with a '#' is commented out code
so you may have to uncomment the code to make yours work.  Are you using
a certificate from a trusted vendor (ex. VeriSign) or is it from
something else.  If it is an untrusted cert you will need to import it
to a keystore and point it to the correct location.  You can find more
information here:


-----Original Message-----
From: rubal [] 
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 9:26 AM
Subject: RE: How to open exported jmx file in jmeter

Hi Brian,
I did all you said,I can see the https request with all fields populated
,but when I run the test I get below error for all https URLs. unknown protocol: https
	at<init>(Unknown Source)
	at<init>(Unknown Source)
	at Source)

Just to verify my jmx file,I add one http request pointing to
& it
worked fine.
I dont know what step I am missing

I will appreciate if you have any clue.
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