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Great!I am a performance test engineer. I just have an idea to develop a performance test tool by python, just like OpenSTA, LoadRunner etc.I search in google and find your blog, great! It is very helpful, thank you!
Thanks!I'm always looking for contributors. Let me know if you want to help in an way.
Goldberg,I just started using this tool. It is fairly simple to setup and very easy to develop test cases with XML wrapper. Thanks a lot for providing such a wonderful tool.However I have an issue, I tried setting add_header to simulate required user-agent (browsers) add_header>User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U;Windows NT 5.1;en-US;rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/20080829 Firefox/184.108.40.206\r\n "lt"/add_header"gt"Removed "> < symbols" to post the code herehowever, tool sets user-agent with a truncated value in the requser-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U;Windows NT 5.1;en-US; rv\r\nam i missing something here?thanksjp
@jp:it is probably a bug.. I will investigate it.also, why are you putting carriage returns and line feeds in your user agent string?-Corey
Coreyjust copied header content from a sniffer tool. it is the culprit! I apologize for it.I could have tried without those before asking you.However, how can i use the browser recorder to avoid such prob in the future?I get erro while running the recorderC:\Program Files\pylot_1.11\lib>python pylot_recorder.pyTraceback (most recent call last): File "pylot_recorder.py", line 26, in "lt"module> from win32com.client import Dispatch, WithEventsImportError: No module named win32com.clientPS : Is this the right forum to seek support on pylot? Else guide me to correct forumregardsjp
@jpglad you got your problem solved.this isnt the best place to ask questions. you can email me directly if u want.. contact info is at the top of the page.
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