Does/Will Jmeter 4.0 send client cert if (only) system.properties is configured?

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Does/Will Jmeter 4.0 send client cert if (only) system.properties is configured?

ohaya@yahoo.com.INVALID
If I have a Jmeter test plan where I do an HTTP post to an "https" URL, but I don't have a Keystore Configuration element or CSV element in the test plan, BUT there is a bin\system.properties file that has only:

javax.net.ssl.keyStore=G:\\Development\\keystore.jks
javax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword=XXX

Will Jmeter do 2-way SSL and try to send one of the client certs that is in the keystore.jks when it does the SSL handshake?

I know that this is a kind of odd question, but I seem to recall that older versions used just the system.properties info, even though there wasn't a Keystore Config or CSV element?

Thanks,
Jim

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Re: Does/Will Jmeter 4.0 send client cert if (only) system.properties is configured?

Felix Schumacher
Have you tried it?

Felix

Am 05.08.20 um 20:00 schrieb ohaya:

> If I have a Jmeter test plan where I do an HTTP post to an "https" URL, but I don't have a Keystore Configuration element or CSV element in the test plan, BUT there is a bin\system.properties file that has only:
>
> javax.net.ssl.keyStore=G:\\Development\\keystore.jks
> javax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword=XXX
>
> Will Jmeter do 2-way SSL and try to send one of the client certs that is in the keystore.jks when it does the SSL handshake?
>
> I know that this is a kind of odd question, but I seem to recall that older versions used just the system.properties info, even though there wasn't a Keystore Config or CSV element?
>
> Thanks,
> Jim
>
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