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HTTP 302 errors during playback

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Guest awilks

Hello, has anyone had a problem where manually running through a test works fine, but when playing back in WAPT produced HTTP 302 errors.

 

The original http request URL is appened with a http 404 error and then another URL.

I dynamically search for the SessionID stored in URL and then put in a variable

I thought it was a problem loading images, but I disabled that.

 

I attached log, profile, and scenario files.

 

Thanks,

 

Al Wilkerson

KnowledgeAdvisors, Inc.

Chicago, IL

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Hello, has anyone had a problem where manually running through a test works fine, but when playing back in WAPT produced HTTP 302 errors.

 

The original http request URL is appened with a http 404 error and then another URL.

I dynamically search for the SessionID stored in URL and then put in a variable

I thought it was a problem loading images, but I disabled that.

 

I attached log, profile, and scenario files.

 

Thanks,

 

Al Wilkerson

KnowledgeAdvisors, Inc.

Chicago, IL

 

 

Hello Al,

 

I cannot find the log file you should have appended here.

As for HTTP 302 errors, typically, they appear when server redirects requests. You can find the place where they were redirected in log files.

 

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Sorry, I've attached the log file

 

The originating URL is www.mtmtesting.local/MTMStudent/trainingvendor2007

and then since we use session state the server creates a sessionid and adds it to the URL. I use the parameter variable feature to persist the dynamic sessionID in URL throughout.

 

But when the first time the original URL changes things seem to go wrong.

 

Everything works fine when running as normal without WAPT.

 

You'll notice in the file further processing the new URL is concatenated with the original URL thus 404 errors and such.

 

Thanks,

 

Al

 

 

Hello Al,

 

I cannot find the log file you should have appended here.

As for HTTP 302 errors, typically, they appear when server redirects requests. You can find the place where they were redirected in log files.

LogFile.txt

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