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From Jayesh Guru <>
Subject Re: How to record Registration page and replay using HTTP Request Sampler and also parameterise some fields in the forms?
Date Thu, 23 Jan 2014 19:04:10 GMT
I cannot see any of the images in this email chain.
Can you please resend and also where Test Script Recorder located?

*Thanks *
*Jayesh Guru*

On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 12:25 PM, charan sethi <>wrote:

> Well you can record the registeration steps using Jmeter  Test Script
> Recorder(Version 2.10) or jmeter proxy server in earlier versions. Now you
> need to identify in the recorded requests the parameters you need to pass
> for example username and pasword. Add a CSV data config element in your
> thread group and add user,pass in it against variables. Now make a csv file
> and add the username and passwords in it. Put the full path of the csv in
> the csv data config element. Now to use these values you need to identify
> the parameters in your request and put the variables you defined in the CSV
> data config element like this ${user} against username and ${pass} against
> password. Each thread would read one line in your CSV.
> You also would need to add a HTTP cookie manager in your thread group to
> manage cookies for your virtual users. If your having trouble recording,
> the steps are as follows
> Add HTTPS test recorder under workbench and set target controller to
> thread group after inserting a thread group under your test plan.
> Set the proxy in your browser to localhost and port 8080
> Now Press Start button on your Test recorder.
> Perform actions on your browser and you will see the requests getting
> recorded.
> These are the parameters
> [image: Inline image 3]
> The path for the csv file and the variables
> [image: Inline image 2]
> The CSV files
> [image: Inline image 4]
> I hope this helps
> On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 6:17 AM, Jayesh Guru <>wrote:
>> I have to record a Registration Page and parameterise some of the fields
>> so
>> that it can take unique value each iteration.
>> I tried this couple of times with HTTP request recording but could not get
>> any luck.
>> Could anyone please guide me in this as i need to load test this
>> registration site(there are 4-5 pages in this)?
>> *Thanks *
>> *Jayesh Guru*

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