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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: Accept Terms and Conditions checkbox not working through jMeter
Date Wed, 02 Dec 2009 17:19:28 GMT
All of these class of problems are covered by 'Why does Jmeter not behave
like my browser' covered in And all need you
to understand how your application behaves(any browser tool like
fiddler/livehttpheaders) v/s what Jmeter is sending(view results tree).

If i have to guess, your application probably stores the acceptance as a
cookie, and the second iteration (for the different user) probably does
something wrong. perhaps you clear the cookies and dont set it, perhaps you
get the earlier cookie, you need to .This is a guess , we dont know, check
your application against what you have specified in jmeter

On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 9:07 AM, Harry_ <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have created a test plan using HTTP Proxy Server recording the following
> sequence.
> 1. New User Login to System with valid user name and Password.
> 2. Accepts the terms and conditions (This sends post information to server
> that user is accepting terms and conditions. This happens only once.)
> 3. Now user can navigate various pages of the site which are accessible to
> login user.
> Now when I re-run this test with different new user with different
> username/password from csv file, i get the following error for pages of
> third step.
>  Response code: 403
>  Response message: Forbidden
> First two steps shows success and I have checked that jMeter during the run
> sends terms and condition accept params to the server of step2.
> But the terms and conditions are still not accepted that is why we get the
> error on pages of step 3.
> Now can anyone point me where could be the problem. Why Post params sent
> through jMeter for checkboxes is not accepted by the server.
> The problem seems to be with check boxes only. Because if I had already
> accepted the terms and conditions, jmeter works fine for every request.
> If this a defect can anyone suggest me a workaround. I have to work with
> checkboxes quite often, so I am facing this problem everywhere.
> Thanks and Regards
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