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I have created a quick proxy server to record HTTP request from my browser int byte data stored int files. Using these files I have created a load testing application to load test our applications. The reason I went this route was the fact we send serialized objects back and forth to applets, and this was the only way I could achieve a load test. I open the set of files for each user and substitute username/password etc.... It works real well under Apache.
My proxy application works fine when pointing to Apache web server or Tomcat acting as a webserver (eg. port 8080).
When I switch to ISAPI IIS6.0, the application works fine under port 80, but when I start the proxy application, I get the following:
HTTP Status 500 - No Context configured to process this request
This is an internal server error, I believe comming from Tomcat/IIS?
Does anyone have any ideas why this could be happening?