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From Felix Schumacher <>
Subject Re: if cannot set proxy, how to record jmeter script?
Date Fri, 05 Jun 2015 10:49:27 GMT
Am 05.06.2015 um 10:44 schrieb harry_no_spot:
> hi, sorry for late.
> can you sugguest some good HTTP recorder tool?
> I tried Wireshark, can capture. BUT it's not focus on HTTP. VERY hard to pick interesting
packets and get desired format.
> also tried Fiddler. gived up. Becuase it autually depend on system proxy setting to work,
So it does not work for me.

If your under control of the server, you might be able to capture the 
data on the server side with less work. That will however depend on the 
server and the software used.

If you are able to control the environment of your client, you might use 
a "transparent proxy" which will act as a http server and forwards it to 
the real server or even a http proxy. A quick google search gave me a 
link to a tool called mitmproxy which - at first glance - should be able 
to do this.

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> 在2015年5月27日 22:43:42, sebb <> 写道:
>> On 27 May 2015 at 14:44, harry_no_spot <> wrote:
>>> hi,
>>> there is a client program, which has no place to set proxy address. the client
is using http protocol to commnuicate with the server, only a client configuration file to
set the server's ip and port.
>>> I want to use jmeter to simulate the client, how to record jmeter script?
>>> can I modify the jmeter source code of 'HTTP(S) Script Recorder' element to forward
all http request to a specified server's ip and port?
>> Not easily.
>> You will find it much easier to use a 3rd party HTTP(S) recorder to
>> capture the traffic, and then convert that into a JMeter test plan.

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