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    Is there a way to View the "Live" HTML from a script.

    Hi folks.

    I'm a newbie with OpenSTA, but I've used other load generation programs in the past.

    This question deals with trying to view the live HTML that gets generated from a script. I know that I can use the yellow arrow to view the HTML that was captured upon recording. I'd like to know if I can view the HTML of a replay.

    I'm in the middle to trying to generate a script to use for load testing, but I'd like to be sure that I'm getting to the pages that I "think" I'm hitting. I'm hoping that there is some log file that I can look at. Searching the FAQ's, I don't see any mention of this feature, but I'm hoping that someone has run into this before.

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    Re: Is there a way to View the "Live" HTML from a script.

    BView did the trick. I found it in http://opensta.org/contributed.html
    It Depends.

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    Re: Is there a way to View the "Live" HTML from a script.

    you can log the http response bodies.. which contain the html or whatever else your http responses contain. there is an associated tool called BView that attempts to make it more viewable.

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    Re: Is there a way to View the "Live" HTML from a script.

    alan.. just recognized the name [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] we worked together in a past life in boston.
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    Re: Is there a way to View the \"Live\" HTML from a script.

    install HTTPwatch , It might solve your problem

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    Re: Is there a way to View the \"Live\" HTML from a script.

    From Where i found this HTML Watch ?

    Thanks ..

 

 

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