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From Oliver Lloyd <oliver_ll...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: How to obtain application/json GET responses
Date Sat, 12 Nov 2011 09:49:26 GMT
This sort of call is not an embedded resource so it will not be made
automatically when you select "Retrieve All Embedded Resources from HTML
Files", you need to make a separate direct call for it.

If you are getting a 403 response (and this call works fine in a browser)
then this suggests the server is not accepting the request because it is not
well formed. 403 is a vague response code but typically it is given because
you are missing a header, some part of the request is encoded / not encoded,
basic auth is not present or the request itself is not well formed. Try
comparing each part of the request that is sent in a browser (Firebug /
Chrome Dev tools etc.) with what you have in JMeter - there will likely be a
difference somewhere.

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