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From Alf H√łgemark <>
Subject Re: HTTP PUT with request parameters
Date Sun, 14 Oct 2007 12:59:20 GMT

I have today submitted what I believe is improved support for HTTP PUT 

Now HTTP PUT works like HTTP POST, expect that HTTP PUT does not support 

This is submitted to the trunk as changelist 584535.
I will not mark the bug reported as fixed yet, because I want to add 
some unit tests first.
If you could do some testing in your REST application scenario, that 
would be great.

Also note that I am working on improving the SoapSampler, so that it 
will use the same code as HttpSampler2 to create the requests, and also add
support for the different HTTP methods to the SoapSampler.
The SoapSampler is just a simpler GUI for making Soap/REST samples, in 
my opinion.

But for now, using the HttpSampler or HttpSampler2, I think you should 
be able to test REST applications successfully.


sebb wrote:
> PUT was a fairly recent addition.
> It was incompletely implemented ... it will hopefully be fixed in the
> next release.
> I'm afraid there's no work-round - apart from updating the source yourself ;-)
> On 11/10/2007, gregsmit <> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I am developing a REST application, and have an app that uses PUT with
>> request parameters to do updates to a data.
>> When I try to create a HTTP Request Sampler, with an HTTP PUT, it looks like
>> the request parameters are being ignored.
>> I suspect that for anything other than a GET or a POST, the request
>> parameters are being ignored.  I'm going to open a bug report in bugzilla,
>> but if anyone has a work around or a suggestion for now, that much
>> appreciated.
>> Thanks,
>> Greg
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