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BPM: Single transaction script

Hi Team,

 

I want to check url performance using BPM ,in that i to login in that url using credentials.

 

How to use proxy setting in Single trasction script.

 

Regards,

Aarya

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why do you need proxy settings? in Single Transaction scripts you can specify credentials which will be used when login prompt.

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If you are on intranet and need to access internet, then you may need proxy depending on your company's setting. In that case, you can set the proxy setting in runtime setting. 

 

 

If you need the script to run as a specific user, you can use the function

 

web_set_user("mercury", "mercury", "mansfield:80");

 

Thanks,

Rufeng

 

Rufeng
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Hi Asaf,

 

As url is not open without proxy on BPM.

Is this possible to monitor using Single transaction script or i have to create script in Vugen only.

 

 

Regards,

Nilesh

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In order to run the URL using proxy, you should first define the proxy details in VuGen's Runtime Settings and then upload the script in BPM.
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Comments:

 

1. This is the way to change proxy settings in Vugen: "Replay" -> "Runtime settings"  -> "Internet protocol" -> Proxy

2. If you use BSM Single URL monitoring, and you still wants to monitor the single URL VIA a proxy, than log to each BSM gateway machine

Go to: C:\HPBSM\dat\templates\BaseScript 

Open: default.cfg  file

And overwrite the proxy section (or all default CFG file taken from a working script

 

 

 

 

 

Regards,
Noam

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few few comments:

 

1. This is the way to change proxy settings in Vugen: "Replay" -> "Runtime settings"  -> "Internet protocol" -> Proxy

2. If you use BSM Single URL monitoring, and you still wants to monitor the single URL VIA a proxy, than log to each BSM gateway machine

Go to: C:\HPBSM\dat\templates\BaseScript 

Open: default.cfg  file

And overwrite the proxy section (or all default CFG file taken from a working script

 

 

 

 

 

Regards,
Noam

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