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From Oliver Lloyd <oliver_ll...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: HTTPS log-in problem gets rough
Date Sun, 11 Sep 2011 20:45:30 GMT
Also, are your manual requests getting 302'd and being redirected or are they
getting 200 responses but still redirecting?

You can see this looking at Firebug/Chrome Dev Tools/Live HTTP Headers etc. 

I say this because that json string looks like it might be processed by some
javascript which causes a subsequent request to be made (without a 302 being
used) and this javascript will not be executed by JMeter so you will need to
make the redirect call manually. This would have been recorded by the HTTP
Proxy so should be present in your script, you just need to make sure the
correct sequence is in place.

Finally, make sure - if not already present - that you have a Response
Assertion in place to check that you are indeed logged in or not; crucially,
with redirects this needs to be in the right place.

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