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From Deepak Shetty <shet...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Modifying data while filling forms and basic Jmeter help
Date Thu, 09 Jul 2009 15:56:16 GMT
a 404 means file not found. Observe the Requested URL and check whether the
URL is right and the file really doesnt exist or if the URL is wrong.
Directly typing this URL in the browser should give you the same error.
Most browser incompatibilities are due to js/css which JMeter doesnt care
about.



On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 11:55 PM, phanikishan <phanikishan@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
>
> > Attach a View Results Tree listener and observe the requests you are
> > making
> > and the responses you are getting and see where the problem lies . Ensure
> > that all your tests have assertions so you can figure out the first place
> > of
> > failure easily.
> >
> > also take a look at what the error actually is
> > e.g. if your CSS file gace you a 404 error its likely that this is a
> > problem
> > with your site(the browser would ignore this error) if you have recorded
> > the
> > test, if it gave a 401 it might mean that your login probably didnt work.
> >
> >
> Hey, I did get a 404 - Not found error. So what exactly might be the
> problem
> with the site? I will try add the results of the view results listener
> soon.
> My site doesnt exactly conform to standards i.e some settings dont even
> work
> in  firefox and stuff. Does this have something to do with it too?
> I will try what you suggested and get back anyways. Thank you!
> Phani Kishan
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