In this JMeter video tutorial we will show how to create a successful login scenario with JMeter.
JMeter requires the following steps:
1. Set JMeter as a proxy and record your log-in flow (Click here for a video tuorial). You can also use BlazeMeter's Proxy recorder.
2. Identify two locations:
-- The GET request that gets the login form.
-- The POST request that posts the login credentials.
3. The response from the GET request will contain tokens which need to be extracted and sent as a parameter in the POST request.
-- Add a Regular Expression Extractor to store these tokens. (Click here for detailed instructions).
-- Include these tokens as parameters in the POST request.
See the 2nd video below for an example.
Here is a video showing the process from start to finish:
And another video that deals with dynamic authentication tokens (starting at 5:30):
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How can you do this for a site that uses HTTPS?
when i click on BlazeMeter proxy recorder in the top of the page, i get the below error.
You're not authorized to access this page
Click here for a video tuorial - please fix a typo.
How to resolve the below issue using Jmeter.
Response message: proxy reauthentication required
Pradeep M R
I am trying pass Username and Password in the below URL
https://api.demoblaze.com/login which is having POST method Body as per below
I have added Config Element of HTTP Autorization Manager to pass on the username and password,but not able to
Please find the below snapshot of Authorization Manager
Could you please help
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