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From bharatraj viswamani <viswam...@msn.com>
Subject RE: recording issues jmeter
Date Fri, 08 Oct 2010 15:10:13 GMT

Darren,

I did the following settings, still it does not display the page. 

I tried with port 8088, 9090 on jakarta.apache.org, it says error connecting
I tried port 80, it throws a 404

The 
Thanks
Bharatraj

To: jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Re: recording issues jmeter
From: Darren.Sproston@jhc.co.uk
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 2010 15:52:16 +0100

Hi, you need to include the HTTP Proxy
server as below:



In your browser change the lan settings
to your local machine then try and navigate to the home page, this shouldnt
work.  Turn on the proxy server and then try again, the home page
is displayed and JMeter includes the recordings.

Thanks



From:      
 bharatraj viswamani
<viswamani@msn.com>
To:      
 <jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Date:      
 08/10/2010 15:34
Subject:    
   recording issues
jmeter




Hi,

I followed the tutorial on jmeter website to record tests and tried to
record the events on jmeter. I do not see any events recorded. Please let
me know the logs to look at to see what is causing the blocking to record
the events on jmeter

Thanks
Bharatraj 
                  
               
                 
                 
               
     

  
    
      
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