Has anybody used WAPT for testing of HTTPs pages? We're running WAPT against a .NET solution that is acting as a relying party for a centralized authentication system. Some of the pages are on HTTP, but others are running on HTTPS.
We've installed the recorder certificate into the root, and we now have it recording the HTTP pages and the HTTPS pages from the centralized authentication system. However, when the recorder gets returned back to our main website on HTTPS, it refuses to record those pages.
If we disable the recorder, WAPT shows the page correctly (although we have to accept the unsigned cert).
Has anybody tried this before? This is an example flow with the WAPT Recorder:
- Start Recording in WAPT
- Load home page (http://mysite.com)
- Click on Login, WAPT browser is redirected to auth site (https://mysso.com)
- Authenticate, WAPT browser is redirected back (https://mysite.com)
The last step doesn't work. We've also tried using an external browser like Mozilla or Safari, instead of the built-in browser, and if the Recorder is on and using its proxy the same problem occurs.