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    Jmeter Response is incorrect for only 1 request

    Hello All,

    I am a newbie in Jmeter testing and require your assistance with the following scenario
    I have recorded a HTTPS script using the Proxy Server.

    My issue is - The client's system sends a HTTP request which kinda acts like the heartbeat message. I am expecting an XML response (lets say A) but am receiving response B.
    This is happening only in the case of the heartbeat message; the rest are working as expected.

    I tried the same scenario in LoadRunner and everything is working there correctly.

    I just need help to understand if there's an issue in JMeter or the application

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    Re: Jmeter Response is incorrect for only 1 request

    Then can you compare both the requests and responses from LoadRunner & JMeter?
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    Re: Jmeter Response is incorrect for only 1 request

    Sounds like your request in Jmeter is incorrect - it may be pointing to the wrong server ,or have a hardcoded parameter value. Follow tmpalaniselvam's advice.

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    Re: Jmeter Response is incorrect for only 1 request

    Hi tmpalaniselvam and BlackGaff,

    I appreciate your feedback. The solution to this issue has been found. Turns out, when i was sending the Jmeter request, there was a space between one of the XML tags sent as parameters.

    Took the developers more than a day to figure this out [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

 

 

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