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Jmeter Certificate issue.

Anil Gaur

Hi


I am trying to record the script for Angular JS based application. but I ma not able to record any single script because of certificate issue on IE and Chrome. And Firefox its not recording the script without any certificate error.


Fir certificate issue i have already imported certificate from bin folder using following steps:-

Steps are as follw
1)Start your jmeter recorder.
2)try to open your website .
3)go to j meter bin folder you wil find .crt file generated over there.
4)add that certificate file into browser (normal browser certificate
installation)
5) restart browser and jmeter recorder and try recording


but again its not working.Now I am blank and not got any single solution to resolve this issue.

So please help me how to over come from this problem.


Jmeter Version:-2.13 r1665067

IE Version:-11.0.9600.17843

Chrome Version:-Version 55.0.2883.87 m (64-bit)



Thanks & Regards'

Anil Gaur
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Re: Jmeter Certificate issue.

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As a workaround try clearing your browser data. JMeter certificates life span is very limited so you may need to clean out old certificate and install the new one. Check http://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/component_reference.html#HTTP(S)_Test_Script_Recorder, scroll down to HTTPS recording and certificates for more information.

Also be aware of the alternative way of recording a JMeter test: JMeter Chrome Extension
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Re: Jmeter Certificate issue.

Ramkumar Selvaraj
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Hi Anil,


Please check for the Proxy server is given in browser, if the steps are not recording.

Sometimes even after you import the certificate you would not be able to record the steps.


Thanks

Ram

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Subject: Jmeter Certificate issue.


Hi


I am trying to record the script for Angular JS based application. but I ma not able to record any single script because of certificate issue on IE and Chrome. And Firefox its not recording the script without any certificate error.


Fir certificate issue i have already imported certificate from bin folder using following steps:-

Steps are as follw
1)Start your jmeter recorder.
2)try to open your website .
3)go to j meter bin folder you wil find .crt file generated over there.
4)add that certificate file into browser (normal browser certificate
installation)
5) restart browser and jmeter recorder and try recording


but again its not working.Now I am blank and not got any single solution to resolve this issue.

So please help me how to over come from this problem.


Jmeter Version:-2.13 r1665067

IE Version:-11.0.9600.17843

Chrome Version:-Version 55.0.2883.87 m (64-bit)



Thanks & Regards'

Anil Gaur
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Re: Jmeter Certificate issue.

sachin Dhote
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Record scripts with blazemeter plugin or badboy software and then run these
scripts in jmeter
On Dec 21, 2016 5:14 PM, "Anil Gaur" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hi
>
>
> I am trying to record the script for Angular JS based application. but I
> ma not able to record any single script because of certificate issue on IE
> and Chrome. And Firefox its not recording the script without any
> certificate error.
>
>
> Fir certificate issue i have already imported certificate from bin folder
> using following steps:-
>
> Steps are as follw
> 1)Start your jmeter recorder.
> 2)try to open your website .
> 3)go to j meter bin folder you wil find .crt file generated over there.
> 4)add that certificate file into browser (normal browser certificate
> installation)
> 5) restart browser and jmeter recorder and try recording
>
>
> but again its not working.Now I am blank and not got any single solution
> to resolve this issue.
>
> So please help me how to over come from this problem.
>
>
> Jmeter Version:-2.13 r1665067
>
> IE Version:-11.0.9600.17843
>
> Chrome Version:-Version 55.0.2883.87 m (64-bit)
>
>
>
> Thanks & Regards'
>
> Anil Gaur
>
Das
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Re: Jmeter Certificate issue.

Das
Hi,

Yes, you can go for badboy or blazemeter. But in my opinion Jmeter inbuilt
proxy recording is the best with abilities to  save the recording.xml.

I have done loadtesting for salesforce crm. There, I had to do atleast 100+
correlations for a complete business scenario and so on. On those kind of
cases you will feel lost with badboy or blazemeter.

On Dec 22, 2016 4:27 PM, "sachin Dhote" <[hidden email]> wrote:

Record scripts with blazemeter plugin or badboy software and then run these
scripts in jmeter
On Dec 21, 2016 5:14 PM, "Anil Gaur" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hi
>
>
> I am trying to record the script for Angular JS based application. but I
> ma not able to record any single script because of certificate issue on IE
> and Chrome. And Firefox its not recording the script without any
> certificate error.
>
>
> Fir certificate issue i have already imported certificate from bin folder
> using following steps:-
>
> Steps are as follw
> 1)Start your jmeter recorder.
> 2)try to open your website .
> 3)go to j meter bin folder you wil find .crt file generated over there.
> 4)add that certificate file into browser (normal browser certificate
> installation)
> 5) restart browser and jmeter recorder and try recording
>
>
> but again its not working.Now I am blank and not got any single solution
> to resolve this issue.
>
> So please help me how to over come from this problem.
>
>
> Jmeter Version:-2.13 r1665067
>
> IE Version:-11.0.9600.17843
>
> Chrome Version:-Version 55.0.2883.87 m (64-bit)
>
>
>
> Thanks & Regards'
>
> Anil Gaur
>
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Re: Jmeter Certificate issue.

glinius@live.com
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BlazeMeter Proxy has "SmartJMX" output format with automated detection and correlation of the dynamic parameters, see How to Cut Your JMeter Scripting Time by 80% for details.
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