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    Testing DotNet applications using opensta

    Hi
    We are doing load testing Dotnet application.When we record and playback in script modeller we are getting "Object moved to here" message in Bview.
    We are unable to find the root cause for this.

    Can anyone help me with this?


    regds
    N.R Baskar

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    Re: Testing DotNet applications using opensta


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    Re: Testing DotNet applications using opensta

    object moved is a valid HTTP response, it's one of the 3xx response codes.

    It occurs when you request something from the server and the server needs to redirect you.

    It isn't necessarily an error and you probably don't want to remove it.

    For example when you login to a website your POST may go to a page like "login.asp", if your login is unsuccessful the server might redirect you back to the home page so you'll see:

    POST login.asp
    -> 302 response code telling your browser to go to default.asp
    GET default.asp

    If you're succesful you might be redirected to another page so you'll see:

    POST login.asp
    -> 302 response code redirecting you to dashboard.asp
    GET dashboard.asp

    To stop the 302 response, you need to not send the login.asp request, which doesn't make sense, because then your server won't do any work.

    It might be handy to learm more about HTTP and how websites work.

    Good luck,
    Steve
    Everywhere's within walking distance if you have enough time.

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    Re: Testing DotNet applications using opensta

    HI mark,

    The details given in the above url was not cleared.

    Pls kindly explain how to solve object moved to here... problem

    Regards,
    N.R.baskar

 

 

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