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Cannot record JSON requests?

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Guest Paul Deen

It seems that WAPT struggles recording JSON (standard web service call with ASP.NET AJAX)

 

When using HTTP Fiddler and IE directly, I can see the successful POST data looks like this:

{"helpId":"posadrn","helpTitle":"Address"}

 

However, using WAPT, it seems to encode that POST data, so it looks like:

 

%7B%22helpId%22%3A%22posadrn%22%2C%22helpTitle%22%3A%22Address%22%7D

 

Which is immediately rejected by the server.

 

I created a new request and put in the JSON code into the POST field directly; it does exactly the same thing. Is there any way to work around this?

 

Thanks,

 

Paul

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It seems that WAPT struggles recording JSON (standard web service call with ASP.NET AJAX)

 

When using HTTP Fiddler and IE directly, I can see the successful POST data looks like this:

{"helpId":"posadrn","helpTitle":"Address"}

 

However, using WAPT, it seems to encode that POST data, so it looks like:

 

%7B%22helpId%22%3A%22posadrn%22%2C%22helpTitle%22%3A%22Address%22%7D

 

Which is immediately rejected by the server.

 

I created a new request and put in the JSON code into the POST field directly; it does exactly the same thing. Is there any way to work around this?

 

Thanks,

 

Paul

 

Hi Paul,

 

In the Profile properties there is an option "Encode request parameters" set by default, please try to disable it and see if the problem remains.

 

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Hi Paul,

 

In the Profile properties there is an option "Encode request parameters" set by default, please try to disable it and see if the problem remains.

 

Hi Angela.

 

Yes, this allows the json request to run, however, this option is done at profile level rather than request. If I turn it off, the JSON request runs great, but the rest of the request crash and burn. Is there any intention to be able to override this at request level?

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