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Jmeter Proxy

Song Khai Tan (songkhaitan)
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Hi,
I encountered a problem while configuring plugin-manager in Jmeter.
The problem is on the proxy due to internal network.
The plugin-manager has problem loading its content for downloading.
It doesn't work even after i entered the proxy URL in the command-line.
May I know how to solve this issue?

Thanks.



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Re: Jmeter Proxy

Felix Schumacher

Am 24.12.20 um 04:36 schrieb Song Khai Tan (songkhaitan):
> Micron Confidential
>
> Hi,
> I encountered a problem while configuring plugin-manager in Jmeter.
> The problem is on the proxy due to internal network.
> The plugin-manager has problem loading its content for downloading.
> It doesn't work even after i entered the proxy URL in the command-line.
> May I know how to solve this issue?

Are there any errors in the log file (jmeter.log)?

I guess, that you didn't specify (the correct) system properties for
your corporate proxy server.

They can be specified with the Java system properties 'http.proxyUser'
and 'http.proxyPass'.

Felix

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> Thanks.
>
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RE: [EXT] Re: Jmeter Proxy

Song Khai Tan (songkhaitan)
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Hi,

Regarding the jmeter proxy issue,
In command prompt, I enter
jmeter -E https -H http://xxxx.com -P xx -u xxxx -a xxxx

In the JMeter Plugins Manager,
I receive an error,
Java.net.UnknownHostException: http://xxxx.com

Is this a correct way to specify a proxy?
Can you show the complete step on how to do it if possible?
Thanks.




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Am 24.12.20 um 04:36 schrieb Song Khai Tan (songkhaitan):
> Micron Confidential
>
> Hi,
> I encountered a problem while configuring plugin-manager in Jmeter.
> The problem is on the proxy due to internal network.
> The plugin-manager has problem loading its content for downloading.
> It doesn't work even after i entered the proxy URL in the command-line.
> May I know how to solve this issue?

Are there any errors in the log file (jmeter.log)?

I guess, that you didn't specify (the correct) system properties for your corporate proxy server.

They can be specified with the Java system properties 'http.proxyUser'
and 'http.proxyPass'.

Felix

>
> Thanks.
>
>
>
> Micron Confidential
>

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Re: [EXT] Re: Jmeter Proxy

Felix Schumacher
Am 05.01.2021 09:37, schrieb Song Khai Tan (songkhaitan):

> Micron Confidential
>
> Hi,
>
> Regarding the jmeter proxy issue,
> In command prompt, I enter
> jmeter -E https -H http://xxxx.com -P xx -u xxxx -a xxxx
>
> In the JMeter Plugins Manager,
> I receive an error,
> Java.net.UnknownHostException: http://xxxx.com
>
> Is this a correct way to specify a proxy?

Seems not ;)

At https://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/get-started.html#proxy_server 
you can seen an example on how to specify the hostname.

You have to leave out the protocol-part. "... -H xxxx.com ..." is
probably better.

Felix

(Who has never tried using the plugins behind a proxy)

> Can you show the complete step on how to do it if possible?
> Thanks.
>
>
>
>
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> Am 24.12.20 um 04:36 schrieb Song Khai Tan (songkhaitan):
>> Micron Confidential
>>
>> Hi,
>> I encountered a problem while configuring plugin-manager in Jmeter.
>> The problem is on the proxy due to internal network.
>> The plugin-manager has problem loading its content for downloading.
>> It doesn't work even after i entered the proxy URL in the
>> command-line.
>> May I know how to solve this issue?
>
> Are there any errors in the log file (jmeter.log)?
>
> I guess, that you didn't specify (the correct) system properties for
> your corporate proxy server.
>
> They can be specified with the Java system properties 'http.proxyUser'
> and 'http.proxyPass'.
>
> Felix
>
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>>
>>
>> Micron Confidential
>>
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