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From Arwyn Davies <>
Subject HTTPS recorder help
Date Mon, 14 Apr 2014 11:15:43 GMT

I'm trying to record a test script using the HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder
on JMeter v2.11, but am faced with the following message every time:

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I'm attempting to record a script for:

*Settings used:*

*HTTP Request Defaults*

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With HTTP Request Defaults set to:

Server name/IP: LOCAL-DOMAIN.local

Port: 9443

Have also attempted with these settings blank.

*HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder*

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Global settings:
Port: 9443
HTTPS Domain: https://LOCAL-DOMAIN.local/ProcessPortal.login.jsp<https://local-domain.local/ProcessPortal.login.jsp>

Have also attempted with these settings blank.
Target controller: have tried all four, with all combinations of
blank/non-blank Request default and Script recorder server name/domains.

*Java Information:*

Java version: 1.7.0_51

JAVA_HOME = C:Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_51

PATH = %java_home%\bin

Have set: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_51\bin

this caused the HTTPS domain field to become uneditable, and for a keystore
error message to appear. This presumably verifies that the PATH and
JAVA_HOME variables are set appropriately, as the keystore is found when
the is commented out.


Certificate installed in Certificates\Authorities

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Certificate validation is not looked up online as we don't have internet
connectivity, plus we self certify.

Is the offline connection likely to be causing any issues?


Have exported this certificate as .der and .pem.


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ApacheJMeterTemporaryRootCA also addded to JMeter/Certs.

All certificates (ApacheJMeterTemporaryRootCA and the .der and .pem) added
to the following location

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Have looked on the following locations for information:

Any assistance would be appreciated.



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