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From "E cole" <dba4s...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Accessing Dynamically generated link.
Date Wed, 25 Oct 2006 14:18:05 GMT
I have looked at this in the manual, but I havent the slightest idea how to
make it work for me.

On 10/25/06, Noam Paz <noam.paz@db.com> wrote:
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> Hello ,
> you have to extract the link using the Regular Expression Extractor:
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> http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/usermanual/component_reference.html#Regular_Expression_Extractor
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> Best regards
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> Noam Paz
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>              "E cole" <dba4sure@gmail.com>
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> Hello All,
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> I am new to Jmeter. So far I have been successfull in getting Jmeter to
> access my companies test site. Login and retrive results by sending
> parameters. However now I have a problem.
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> One of the regression tests I have requires that I submit my parameters
> and
> recieve a response page. This response page contains several dynamically
> generated links containing individual rateID's.  I believe these values
> change everytime. I need Jmeter to click on one of these randomly
> generated
> links from the response page.
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> How can I get JMETER to access this randomly generated links? Also the
> link
> is a popup link. An example of the link is posted below.
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> <a href="javascript:void(0);"
> onclick="window.open
> ('/correspondent/getQuote.do?invoke=getDetailQuote&rateId=3354731','PricingDetail','width=600,height=250');">Get
> Detail</a>
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> Regards,
> Eric
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