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From "Alex Turner" <Alex.Tur...@Project-Network.com>
Subject RE: Need help being able to test non-wsdl SOAP web service with jmeter
Date Mon, 21 Aug 2006 22:32:37 GMT
What did you expect it to do?

Normally one uses a listener to provide the output and the sampler to create that which causes
output.

Though I am about to go hit the sack - so maybe my brain is toast!

Cheers

AJ

Alexander J Turner Ph.D.
www.project-network.com
www.deployview.com
www.funkifunctions.blogspot.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Karr, David [mailto:david.karr@wamu.net] 
Sent: 21 August 2006 23:28
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: TPN POSSIBLE SPAM:RE: Need help being able to test non-wsdl SOAP web service with
jmeter

That sounds like a good idea.

Unfortunately, my result with the SOAP/XML-RPC sampler is the same as
what I saw for the httpclient and WebService(SOAP) samplers.  Absolutely
nothing at all.  The box went green for a fraction of  second, then grey
again.  No output, no error.  At least with the http request I got an
error :) . 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alex Turner [mailto:Alex.Turner@Project-Network.com] 
> Sent: Monday, August 21, 2006 2:29 PM
> To: JMeter Users List
> Subject: Need help being able to test non-wsdl SOAP web 
> service with jmeter
> 
> I think the problem might be with the fact or way you are 
> sending a file.  JMeter would appear to be thinking that you 
> want to send the file as a file-upload, rather than directly 
> as the body of a post.  The result seems to be that jmeter's 
> file sending system is overriding your header setting and 
> replacing it with the standard file upload header (multipart 
> form).  You will probably find the file multi-part encoded as well :-(
> 
> I think the easiest solution to your problem is to use a 
> SOAP/XML-RPC sampler.  Then open your xml test file in a text 
> editor, copy the contents and paste them into the data area 
> for the sampler.  Then the request will be send correctly.
> 
> Cheers
> 
> AJ
> 
> Alexander J Turner Ph.D.
> www.project-network.com
> www.deployview.com
> www.funkifunctions.blogspot.com
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Karr, David [mailto:david.karr@wamu.net]
> Sent: 21 August 2006 21:24
> To: JMeter Users List
> Subject: TPN POSSIBLE SPAM:Need help being able to test 
> non-wsdl SOAP web service with jmeter
> 
> Jmeter 2.2, JDK 1.4.2, WebLogic 8.1.4.
> 
> This is just a rehash of the note(s) I sent 2 days ago, but I 
> haven't seen any response, and I really could use some help with this.
> 
> I have a SOAP-based web service that uses an ordinary HTTP 
> listener, running on my localhost.  The service does not have 
> a WSDL.  I have a standalone tool that uses 
> SAAJ/SOAPConnection to test this service.
> That works fine.
> 
> I'm now trying to test this with Jmeter.  In my test plan, I 
> added a thread group, and in that I added a header manager, 
> and then my http request.  In the header manager I set the 
> "Content-Type" header to "text/xml".  In the http request, I 
> set all the fields I believe are relevant, which are name, 
> host, port, POST method, file to send, and path (beginning 
> with "/", I assume).  I'm not sure what the "name"
> attribute is for.  I saved the test plan.  I executed the "Start"
> option.
> 
> At this point, I see an exception in my server log like this:
> 
> javax.xml.soap.SOAPException: Unsupported Content-Type:
> multipart/form-data
> 
> I don't understand why it's getting a Content-Type of 
> "multipart/form-data", as I'm setting the HTTP header 
> "Content-Type" to "text/xml".  Is Jmeter assuming it always 
> sends a Content-Type of "multipart/form-data", so it's 
> sending both header values, and my service only sees the 
> "multipart/form-data" one?
> 
> I also tried using either an httpclient http request, or a 
> "Webservice(SOAP" request.  The results for these were 
> different, in that they appeared to do absolutely nothing.  I 
> saw no results, and no errors.
> 
> Note that I copied the weblogic.jar file into the jmeter/lib 
> directory, to get access to the various protocol classes.
> 
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