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A curious mind and a self-learner. Currently a Selenium and Test Automation Practitioner and Javascript enthusiast. I like to think about and work upon innovative tech ideas.


Jun
7
revised Test execution report in HTML format for MonkeyTalk
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Jun
7
asked Test execution report in HTML format for MonkeyTalk
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
So do you mean I should add a new XPath Extractor + a user defined variable for every request in the request tree in JMeter?
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
jmeter.log: pastebin.com/yAij3w5H Yes, i've added HTTP Cookie Manager at the top level (Test Plan). And i've set the encoded checkbox for jsfViewState to checked. I have referenced jsfViewState as ${jsfViewState} in the parameters (after the login request) of any requests that contain ViewState in their headers. I'm very much confused as to what's exactly not working. I'm completely a JMeter newbie, so please bear with me.
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
I enabled the Use Tidy (tolerant parser) checkbox. And also used the HTTP Cookie Manager. But I have just added a HTTP Cookie Manager to the Thread Group. Do i have to make any changes / add any cookies in the Cookie Manager? It's still not working.
Jun
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Sorry about refering to the Var_ViewState variable as ${ViewState}. I did realize that after posting my query here. But correcting the reference still didn't help me. I haven't tried the steps 1,3,4 you mentioned. Will check that and revert back. Thanks a lot for your help.
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Are these the steps you followed too?
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
it's not working. These are the steps i followed: 1. Recorded the steps using the proxy server. 2. Added a user-defined variable 'jsfViewState' to the Thread Group. 3. Added a RegEx Extractor to the Thread Group with reference name 'jsfViewState' and value as <input type="hidden" name="javax\.faces\.ViewState" id="javax\.faces\.ViewState" value="(.+?)" /> 4. Modified the javax.faces.ViewState Request Parameter for the login steps as ${jsfViewState} and any further requests that are using the ViewState parameter. 5. Played the steps.
Jun
5
comment Need a similar functionality like WaitForPageToLoad in MonkeyTalk
Also I want to know if I can override the Tap function through MonkeyTalk's JavaScript library? If that is so, then i can set the thinktime and retrydelay as a default value in the Tap function's parameters before executing the script.
Jun
5
asked Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Jun
5
comment Need a similar functionality like WaitForPageToLoad in MonkeyTalk
Thankyou! It worked! I just had to use %thinktime and %retrydelay. %timeout was not needed.
Jun
4
awarded  Scholar
Jun
4
accepted Need a similar functionality like WaitForPageToLoad in MonkeyTalk
May
31
awarded  Analytical
May
26
asked Need a similar functionality like WaitForPageToLoad in MonkeyTalk