[tpm] web transaction tester

Rob Janes janes.rob at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 10:39:35 PST 2007

I've used JMeter, but it's java not perl.


You run jmeter from the command line and then setup your browser to use 
the jmeter instance as an http proxy.

jmeter will build a complete test script record of your browsing, which 
you can then edit and tweak.

I used it to build some simple http scripts which I used to benchmark 
and basically hammer a server, since jmeter will replay the test scripts 
with as many threads as your machine can handle, for as many repetitions 
as you like.


Fulko Hew wrote:
> Can someone remember and tell me what the product
> was that captured and re-played web browser transactions
> (that we saw as an aside during a meeting about a year ago)?
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