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Ganeshkumar cheekati
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Hi

I am testing my web application using j meter. i also provided login details like username and password in HTTP request while providing path, port then its showing load for only home page but my application is having many jsp pages i.e by clicking button it would be redirected to some other page in that case how to test my complete application from start page to end page? can anyone help me ?
thanks in advance.


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Peter Johnson
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I am a little confused on the exact details of your page flow based on your description. Please give a more specific page flow. Also, state what kind of authentication mechanism are you using (simple, form-based, etc.). On an app that I tested, I used form based authentication and recorded logging into the site along with accessing the other pages. I then modified the recorded script to use random user credentials to log in. Worked just fine.


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Ganeshkumar cheekati
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i am using form-based authentication. do we have to test by giving individual link in HTTP request in j meter for individual pages with in an application?
Peter Johnson
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I do not understand your question. What is an "individual link'?

Take a look at my "Load Testing on a Budget" white paper at http://www.cmg.org/proceedings/2008.html. That explains in fairly good detail exactly what I did.
 
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