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    Badboy, JMeter, PeopleSoft and https

    Hello all, I am in need of some serious assistance from anyone that has used JMeter to load test their enterprise solutions e.g PeopleSoft using https.

    I have downloaded badboy in order to record scripts and this seems to work pretty well. Then I export out the file to JMeter so that I can execute a more efficient load test.

    What I have found is that the scripts from badboy come over in JMeter and I have no idea what I'm looking at. There are new URL requests that are included in the JMeter tree that dont make sense, the assertions are gone etc. And to top it all off, when I run the test, all I see in the 'View results in tree' is the logon page, one navigation page and a page that says 'the document that you are referencing has moved to thsi new location : <URL>'.

    Can anyone help me by sending me some sort of doc, sample load test plan with details on how to use these tools or just some friendly advice? I am literally pulling my hair out trying to understand what is going on in JMeter.

    If worse comes to worst, I will use Badboy for the load test and sacrifice.

    Thanks, I would appreciate ANY help


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    Re: Badboy, JMeter, PeopleSoft and https

    Please show us some specific examples and we can take it from there.
    Roland Stens

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    Re: Badboy, JMeter, PeopleSoft and https

    Try checking the check box "Follow Redirects" in all the HTTP requests. It worked fine for me.

    - Nivetha.

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    Re: Badboy, JMeter, PeopleSoft and https

    I am sorry about digging up an old thread but faced with a task of performing a stress testing of a web application using BadBoy. What are the pros and cons of performing a stress test using BadBoy? I need to be able to simulate 50 concurrent users and measure the response times under the load...thanks

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    Re: Badboy, JMeter, PeopleSoft and https

    its probably best to start a new thread in the Performance & Load forum.

    Corey Goldberg
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