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20
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Jun
7
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
How do I ask?
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Yes. But what you have to do in the first hand - add something like /login GET request, without params, before your /login POST - and extract 1st ViewState value and send it along with further /login POST.
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Okay. Once more. See point #1 in answer above - I've added schema to use. To send jsfViewState value along with login POST request you need somehow extract it (ViewState) before - e.g. send login GET first. You will extracted jsfViewState value on each request to use it in the NEXT one - but not in the same.
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