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From Reinhard Pagitsch <>
Subject Re: [Fwd: HTTP Authorization Manager]
Date Thu, 30 Sep 2004 06:54:30 GMT
Dear Tod,

On my side it works. But I am not using Apache as WebServer, I use a 
WebServer which was developed
here inhouse.
The only thing I made is that I used the sample AuthManagerTestPlan.jmx 
and changed it to my requirements.
I changed in the "HTTP Authorization Manager" the URL's and user name 
and password. I also use the "HTTP Cookie Manager"
because the server send a session cookie back and JMeter have to use 
this for further requests. Maybe you have to do the same?
I use the same JMeter version as you, but under Win2000.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
with my best regards,

Tod Thomas wrote:

>Any chance you could tell me how you got this working?  The list doesn't
>seem to have the answer.
>Thanks - Tod
>Tod Thomas wrote:
>> I am trying to use Jmeter to stress test apache v2.0.51 user
>> authentication using auth_ldap.  I used the demo test plan from the
>> Jmeter documentation and modified it accordingly for my installation.  I
>> supplied the necessary user credentials and proceeded to test.
>> On the Apache side I can see the request coming in with no attached
>> credentials.  This causes it to return a 401 error to Jmeter which would
>> normally cause a browser to popup a login dialogue.  Instead Jmeter
>> stops and logs the 401 error.
>> >From the docs I thought Jmeter was supposed supply the login credentials
>> to apache satisfying the login attempt.  That doesn't seem to be
>> happening.  What could I be doing wrong?
>> Thanks - Tod
>> Apache-2.0.51
>> Jmeter v2.0.1

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