Thank you for the additional information. True the snippet you shared was HTML encoded. I was able to decode it into the following plain HTML.
><ntt_businessprocesstemplateid type="10033" name="TO-...
If I understand correctly, the "formId" needs to be driven as a Dynamic Target
. In short a Dynamic Target in a Test Studio load test is taking some piece of data contained in the response from the web server and feeding it back into some field of a later HTTP request to the server. Does that sound right?
Our dynamic target system only works with HTML content having keyword=value format such as:
And input fields having a name and value attribute:
<input type="hidden" name="form_id" id="edit-search-theme-form" value="search_theme_form" />
At this time we're unable to parse any other format in order to pull out dynamically generated data and feed it into another part of the outgoing HTTP request. Based on the small snippet you provided, Test Studio is not capable of substituting the value for formId as it doesn't fit either of the above two supported formats.