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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: http request property replacement
Date Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:02:16 GMT
sorry I dont think i know how to do what you want

On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 12:06 PM, Andre Arnold <> wrote:

> Deepak Shetty schrieb:
> > It would be useful if you could tell us what exactly you want to do with
> an
> > example.
> > regards
> > deepak
> First thanks for your answer and sorry for confusing you.
> I want to record Http Requests with the Proxy.
> In every request I want to replace one of the paramter values with a
> ${Variable}. Similar to the functionality of the testplan user variable
> (e.g. password=...) .
> The problem is the values of the parameter are dynamic and differ from
> request to request. That's why I cant use a static value in a variable.
> What I wanted to know was, can i use maybe the beanshell function in a
> testplan-variable to be processed on the paramters of the sampler?
> By the way I also have the need for placing a RegexExtractor under
> nearly each recorded Sampler (maybe not the first :) ).
> I saw the functionality for placing timer elements automaticly and
> because it would be a great benefit not copy and pasting 10 times i
> searched for the mechanism and extended it to process not just timers
> but also PostProcessor elements and place them under the sampler.
> This was a small tweak of the addTimer() method of the ProxControl but
> saves me from a lot of copy & paste.
> I also have gone further since it's weekend ...
> I created a new GuiElement to be processed under the Proxy like a Timer.
> Through this gui I manage to either search a  request parameter name  or
> a value and replace the corresponding value with the variable reference
> of an RegexExtractor, which I generate acording to specific values in
> the gui. I have to replace a value that is just a simple increasing
> number so i can't search the request value for this but its parameter
> which has always the same structure / name...
> So if the beanshell function (or some other smart way) can't access the
> samplers paramters to modify them I suggest this thread is closed.
> André
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