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From Leor Amikam <Leor.Ami...@hansencx.com>
Subject reading part of request body from a file
Date Mon, 18 Mar 2019 20:53:23 GMT
Hello,

I am creating a set of soap/web service test cases where each case has an HTTP Request sampler.
 There is common data in the request body used in the post.  For example:

<msg:Header>
                                <hdr:MsgID>L${__UUID()}</hdr:MsgID>
                                <hdr:MsgType>request</hdr:MsgType>
                                <hdr:MsgTimestamp>${__time(yyyy-MM-dd'T'hh:mm:ss)}</hdr:MsgTimestamp>
                                <hdr:MsgPriority>low</hdr:MsgPriority>
                              <hdr:MsgEncryption>false</hdr:MsgEncryption>
                                <hdr:MsgVersion>1.0</hdr:MsgVersion>
                                <hdr:MsgOperationType>xsynchronous</hdr:MsgOperationType>
                                <hdr:MsgOperationName>
                                                <hdr:Verb>GET</hdr:Verb>
                                                <hdr:Noun>Customer</hdr:Noun>
                                </hdr:MsgOperationName>
                                <hdr:MsgOperationUser>hcmuser</hdr:MsgOperationUser>
                </msg:Header>

What I am looking for, is a way to store these request fragments in a file, and load at runtime.
 This is to avoid lots of redundant text between HTTP request calls.  Is there a way to do
this?

Thanks
Leor

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