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Using JMeter to test HTTPS connections

 
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I am testing a HTTPS URL using JMeter.I am using jdk141_03 and hence the JSSE jars have not been downloaded and used.

I am getting java.net.MalformedURLException: unknown protocol: HTTPS

Pls tell me as to what should be done to get this working.

Thanks!!
[ June 15, 2004: Message edited by: Lasse Koskela ]
 
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Is it really "HTTPS" or "https"?
 
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well, it is https
 
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From: http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/usermanual/get-started.html

To test a web server using SSL encryption (HTTPS), JMeter requires that an implementation of SSL be provided (such as Sun's Java Secure Sockets Extension -- JSSE ). Include the necessary encryption packages in JMeter's classpath . Also, update jmeter.properties by registering the SSL Provider.

There is also the SSL Manager , for greater control of certs.

Note: if you are running JDK1.4, then you do not have to download JSSE because Sun integrated it into JDK1.4 as a standard library.
 
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lakshmi s: Did you ever figure out how to get this to work? I'm haveing the same problem and would greatly appreciate your help if you can.
 
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I am having issues with this. Did you get this to work?
 
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I too have problem with https though have made appropriate settings.
 
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I am facing same problem. I follwed below steps:

1) Added jsse.jar to classpath.
2) Added ssl.provider=path of jsse.jar

Are those steps correct ?

please help
 
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Since this seems to be a FAQ, I have added a section on what to do to the JavaIoFaq.
 
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