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Session variables management

Freddy Ramiro Tello Delgado
Hello all, I have a web application for testing the session variables but I
don't know how it works.

My application has two jsp files, the first one read two parameters from the
request and put them into the user session, then I try to get those values
from session but they are null.

Basically I build a Test Plan with a HTTP URL Re-writing Modifier and two
HTTP request objects but I don't know what must I put into the the session
argument name.

I have tried with the documentation's example but It doesn't work for
me...some suggestion?

I have seen that my session is different for each request into JMETER
software.

Frtello



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Re: Session variables management

Michael Stover
Have you tried using the cookie manager?  If you haven't changed your
webapp specifically to use URL re-writing, then it's most likely using
cookies to track user sessions.

-Mike

On Mon, 2005-06-13 at 20:20 +0000, Freddy Ramiro Tello Delgado wrote:

> Hello all, I have a web application for testing the session variables but I
> don't know how it works.
>
> My application has two jsp files, the first one read two parameters from the
> request and put them into the user session, then I try to get those values
> from session but they are null.
>
> Basically I build a Test Plan with a HTTP URL Re-writing Modifier and two
> HTTP request objects but I don't know what must I put into the the session
> argument name.
>
> I have tried with the documentation's example but It doesn't work for
> me...some suggestion?
>
> I have seen that my session is different for each request into JMETER
> software.
>
> Frtello
>
>
>
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