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From Klaus Tockloth <>
Subject Re: jmeter proxy: how to unzip client traffic during recording
Date Sat, 18 Sep 2010 09:13:22 GMT
My environment:
- The client sends compressed requests.
- The server sends compressed responses.

My requirements:
- I have to modify the requests.
- I have to check assertions in the responses.

Your advice:
- JMeter can not handle the compressed  traffic in the required way.
- Disable compression on both sides.


Am 17.09.2010 um 17:01 schrieb sebb:

> On 17 September 2010 15:11, Klaus Tockloth
> <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> the http traffic I'm interested in to record is gzipped (the client sends
>> zipped data to the server). The result is recorded binary traffic which
>> cannot be easy modified. It's very difficult to modify the client in order
>> to suppress compression. So my question: Is there an option or extension for
>> the proxy to uncompress the client traffic during recording?
> No.
> But JMeter is open source, so you can create your own version of the proxy.
> But I wonder if that will help - won't you have to recompress the
> content in order to upload it?
> Or does the server accept uncompressed input?

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