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  1. If you manually add the Content-Type header to the end of the headers list with the overwrite option it should overwrite the automatic default header. Could you give me you profile so I could check it?
  2. Please, update your WAPT Pro to the latest build. If it will not resolve your issue, please give me your scenario and profile.
  3. Hi Jiri, What the build version do you use? Could you update your version from https://www.loadtestingtool.com/forum/builds/
  4. You are right. You need to delete cookies in any browser.
  5. I'm not sure that I understood you correctly, but I suggest to use Rendezvous Point operator in the end of the first profile and then use Stop Test operator.
  6. You can select the Mobile application (manual proxy configuration) option, set the proxy in Firefox manually and record.
  7. Hi, You have to use the JavaScript operator to read a content from the file. Add to the operator something like the following: var fso,filehandle,contents; fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject"); filehandle = fso.OpenTextFile("D:\\Temp\\WAPT\\5.0 Test\\JSONFromFile\\json.txt",1); contents = filehandle.ReadAll(); log.message(contents); context.variable("test") = contents; filehandle.close(); Then use the variable "test" in a POST request body.
  8. Hi Jiri, We have created a special Log Viewer for internal use to open the recorder logs.
  9. Hi Jiri Yes, it is a correct behavior. When WAPT automatically parameterizes the value it changes the value to the variable in the static text.
  10. It seems a little bit strange. I have double checked and for me it works good. Could you give me your scenario?
  11. Hi Jiri, What counters do you use? Do you import the counters from an old scenario or create the new from scratch?
  12. Hi, Yes, WAPT supports REST API testing.
  13. Hi Pooja, No, you can't test an application communicating through the TCP protocol if this protocol is not subset of the HTTP(S) protocol.
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