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    REST URL Parameter

    Got it working. Thanks!
  2. mewongster

    REST URL Parameter

    Was there any examples posted on how to do this? I too am having problems trying to figure out how to do this. Thanks!
  3. Hi, Using WAPT for testing a page that uses Restful API urls. The page I need to parameterize follows this format on a submit requests: www.site.com/restpath1/restpath2/value The “value” is the part I am trying to parameterize. I’ve tried created/assigning a “word” parameter, but keep ending up with something like: www.site.com/restpath1/restpath2/?word=blahblah.com Is it possible to not pass the "?word'" and accomplish something like: www.site.com/restpath1/restpath2/blahblah.com Does WAPT support this Rest API parameterization? If it does, could anyone possible send me an example on how to do this? Thanks!
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    Script to hit multiple web pages

    I have a few URL's to view each day. Just want to make sure my DB can handle a load of 10 users just hitting the URL. I can do this in WAPT by recording 10 to n lines of my URL, but just wanted to know if there was a way to do this by pointing to a file that contained all my URL's.
  5. Trying to build a basic WAPT script to just render pages. For example, a script that will just go to www.site1.com - and that is it... I would like to know if within the script, is it possible to parameterize and make data driven the "site1" portion? Thus, the "site1" can be replaced randomly from a data source file that list: site1 site2 site3 ... ... site100 ... siteN New to WAPT, and I know this is probably easy, but does anyone have an example of something similar to this type of scenario? Or, can point our some "usage" samples already discussed within this WAPT forum? Thanks!
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