Is your site visible on Internet ?
Is there something like "sessionid" somewhere in your urls ?
Can you send me the Grinder script you've made ?=20
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Objet=A0: [Grinder-use] RE: Using parameters of Session
jhpiscirilo writes on 13 April 2005 15:31:
> I have a Web driven application in Java and I'm using a Application
> Server. ps: this application server do not meet the J2EE standards
> How it all works: When my application login to the AS, the server
> returns a key to my application. This key is used to set the
> request paramater in my application session.
> Testing a login process using grinder I get a successfull test.
> After the login I need to test another process using grinder but
> he's not keeping the attributes in the session(Application Server
> How do I config Grinder to access the session atributes?=20
How does your application/application server expect the browser to
re-present the session?
Its probably not via a cookie, because The Grinder automatically
handles cookies for each thread (within a __call__()).
I'm guessing you're using URL encoding. In which case you have
to extract the appropriate parameter out of one URL and supply
it in the URL's used in subsequent tests. This can be done through
scripting. Bertrand Ave's version of the TCPProxyFilter has some
support for automating this process - I'll leave it to Bertand to
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