where a browser would create a pop-up dialog box), you will also have to add an HTTP Authorization Manager Configuration Element. where the user enters login information in a form), you will need to work out what the form submit button does, and create an HTTP request with the appropriate method (usually ) and the appropriate parameters from the form definition.If the page uses HTTP, you can use the JMeter Proxy to capture the login sequence. If you want to use a single SSL context (not the standard behaviour of browsers), set the JMeter property: .This generally occurs before the test plan starts, so it's not possible to change the settings by using the Samplers perform the actual work of JMeter.
This is intended for testing large amounts of data.The initial redirect and further responses will appear as additional samples.The URL and data fields of the parent sample will be taken from the final (non-redirected) sample, but the parent byte count and elapsed time include all samples. Note that the Http Client sampler may log the following message: , the options to encode the parameter, and an option to include or exclude an equals sign (some applications don't expect an equals sign when the value is the empty string).This can save you time if you have a lot of HTTP requests or requests with many parameters.There are two different test elements used to define the samplers: If the request requires server or proxy login authorization (i.e.
If you have more than one HTTP Request that needs authorizations or cookies, then add the elements to the Thread Group.