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I am having an issue with an application, when am recording the flow in jmeter, username and password is coming in HTTP header manager in encoded format ("TWFuYWdlcjE6cGFzczEyMw=="), I tried to decrypt and parameterize the value by adding Authorization Manger which didn't resolve my issue.

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    this value is Base64 encoded, which is normally used in Basic authentication. If you use a Base64 decoder you can see the values you used. What is it you're actually trying to achieve with this? – foobar Aug 19 at 9:22
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If you want to see username and password in plain text you can use __base64Decode() function available via Custom JMeter Functions bundle which can be installed using JMeter Plugins Manager:

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__base64Encode() function does the opposite thing:

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Check out How to Use the Custom JMeter Functions Plugin for more information on the above and other custom JMeter functions.

So in order to parameterize the credentials you could:

  1. Add HTTP Header Manager and configure it to send Authorization header with the value of Basic ${__base64Encode(Manager1:pass123,)} where Manager1 and pass123 could be JMeter Variables
  2. Add HTTP Authorization Manager and provide base URL, and username and password in plain text - the Authorization Manager will automatically generate and add the proper Authorization Header to all HTTP Request samplers it its scope.

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