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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: jmeter usage for form testing
Date Sat, 05 Dec 2009 20:17:16 GMT
its not just the headers its the data/url as well. Some data may be dynamic
i.e. extracted from the previous request and your recorded script may have
invalid values (there were valid for the recording , but not when you replay
e.g. duplicate form submit tokens). Did you use View results tree and render
as html and verify that your pages show correctly?
WebScarab is a java proxy , so its the equivalent of fiddler and should work
on linux

On Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 11:19 AM, Oguz Yarimtepe <> wrote:

> I checked the LiveHttpHeaders. As i can see now there is nothing weird at
> the headers when i compare the ones at the Result Table and the ones
> captured by LiveHttpHeaders. Indeed i dont see any errors also when i
> replayed the web2py application.
> I am using Linux so is there any software that i can use like Fiddler at my
> Linux environment.
> I am testing the web2py application with its development server. So it is
> running If i deployed it on apache do you think my test
> will be working correctly?
> PC: I erased your reply while removing some mails from my email, sorry.
> >In firefox use LiveHttpHeaders. In IE you can use HTTPHeadersWatch basic.
> >You can use any proxy like Fiddler with either browser
> >Sometimes you can use the response tab in JMeter and use render response
> as
> >HTML. You may be able to use the error message , if present, to detect
> what
> >you are doing wrong
> >regards
> deepak
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> Oguz Yarimtepe <>
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