Analyzing http and https traffic using fiddler

Fiddler tool can be used for analyzing HTTP and HTTPS (must be enabled from within the fiddler tool) transactions. This tool is a simple to use and by following below tips you can capture and analyze the request and network traffic causing any performance issue. Also you can send the captured logs to support team to get these analyzed if needed. It enables us to inspect all HTTP traffic, set breakpoints, and dig through the incoming or outgoing data. Using fiddler we can check reason for performance bottleneck of a web page, which cookies are being sent to server or what downloaded content is marked as cacheable etc. Installation, Firstly you need to download and install the fiddler tool (https://www.telerik.com/download/fiddler/fiddler4 ) and follow the screen instructions to get this installed. Enabling the traffic for https Open Fiddler and from the top menu click on Tools -> Options and click on the HTTPS tab Check… Read more“Analyzing http and https traffic using fiddler”

How to sign SOAP request in Jmeter

In this post we will see how to test a SOAP web service in JMeter. Using JMeter, we can do both functional testing as well as load testing of a SOAP web services. As we know that web services are headless so, we can’t use the record and playback feature of JMeter to record the web service requests. Hence, we need to create the Sampler requests manually. In this tutorial, we will use the S”OAP/XML-RPC Request” sampler to create and send the SOAP request. SOAP/XML-RPC Request The SOAP/XML-RPC Request sampler is used to send a SOAP or an XML-RPC request to a webservice. This sampler creates an HTTP POST request(as SOAP is based POST method) with the request body specified in the “SOAP/XML-RPC Data” field. We can specify the SOAPAction in the SOAPAction field after checking the Send SOAPActioncheckbox. Steps to test a SOAP Web service using JMeter- Add a Thread… Read more“How to sign SOAP request in Jmeter”