The whole point of captchas is to prevent this very kind of thing, so I'd be surprised if it were possible to do what you are suggesting.  You might have more luck temporarily disabling the captcha for testing purposes.


From: Jagadish A <ajagdish@gmail.com>
To: grinder-use@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Thu, August 19, 2010 3:20:54 AM
Subject: [Grinder-use] How to dynamically assign the value given by captcha

Hi Philip,

I've a application that need to be performance tested. I've recorded the log
in screen using TcpProxy.

Scenario that I recorded is
User will log in to the application by providing the user name and password
and with the captcha and navigate to the next page.

However, when i replay the script, it fails at log in and doesn't navigate
to the next page because of the captcha being hardcoded in the recorded
script. Is there a way that i can get the value of captcha and assign to the
variable dynamically.

Thanks and Regards

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