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From "Masters,Louis" <>
Subject RE: case insensitive xpath assertion?
Date Fri, 01 Aug 2014 13:35:49 GMT
Can you post your xpath assertion so I can try it out.

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> Subject: case insensitive xpath assertion?
> I have a slew of Jmeter scripts that all are expecting the avalue to
> come back as it was sent.  In this case XML sent with<Name>JOHN</Name>
> would be returned unmodified in all caps. However our system has
> changed, and now will modify the data in this element sothat it will be
> returned as <Name>John</Name>.  So now all ofthese jmeter scripts are
> failing now because they use xpath assertions. Is there a way to modify
> a xpath assertion so that it is caseinsensitive?   And no, I don’t have
> the option to change the inputdata to “John” to avoid this.
> Thanks
> Matthew

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