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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: to record https requests
Date Mon, 01 Sep 2008 12:58:29 GMT
On 01/09/2008, Ronan Klyne <ronan.klyne@groupbc.com> wrote:
> swevsw wrote:
>  > Hi
>  >  Is there any other way i can record https requests.......i am not able to
>  > use BadBoy software....
>
>
> Turn off HTTPS is the best option.
>
>  You could save the pages from your web browser, and make a mock up
>  website that is not encrypted, then record your tests there. This will
>  be a lot of work if you want to test a lot of pages.
>
>  Or you could write the tests by hand...
>

There are some browser add-ons that support HTTPS recording, e.g.
Firefox Live Http Headers. However, the output format is not directly
usable by JMeter. You would need to convert the format to one that
JMeter understands. Either directly to JMX format, or it may be
possible to extract the URLs and parameters into files which are read
into variables and used in a generic test plan.

If the test is long and complicated, it may be worth spending the
effort on automating the conversion.

Otherwise, the log could just be used in manual cut and paste.

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