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From Shmuel Krakower <>
Subject Re: not able to login to wordpress using jMeter
Date Wed, 28 May 2014 13:45:58 GMT
>From my experience using JMeter 2.10 I've done the following to make it
through the WP SAML authentication.
It will apply to your case if when running the test you see in the jmeter
logs an error of invalid cookies.

If you do, that's what I've added to my file:

# Workaround for invalid cookies set during SSO in single site installation
# As described in:

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2014-05-28 15:10 GMT+03:00 Manish Sapariya <>:

> <
> >
> I am trying to create a jMeter test to login to wordpress and post a new
> blog on a local installation of wordpress.
> Recorded wordpress login sequence using the recorder. Added cookie manager
> to the test plan.
> However I am not able to login to wordpress. I tried all the possible of
> combination of Cookie policy and Implementation settings for Cookie
> manager, but it did not help.
> When I recorded against the publicly hosted wordpress, the login did not
> succeed, but the response had an error saying that your browser have not
> enabled cookies.
> I am using jMeter 2.11 on Windows 7.
> Does wordpress login need more than cookies, may be some kind
> of server generated token. But I do not see any such information in
> any of the responses to login request.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Manish
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