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osession.request-trickle-id and ReadyAPI conundrum

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Amy asked on 13 Jul 2015, 07:44 PM

I am trying to apply osession.request-trickle-id values to SOAP and REST requests made via HTTPS from ReadyAPI. I'm making these requests within the company network.

The setting appears to be ignored when I make ReadyAPI requests.

 I am definitely routing ReadyAPI traffic through Fiddler - I can see the requests in Fiddler. 

 If I simply browse the Web, however, it's easy to see that the request-trickle-id value IS being applied.

 I will say that the ReadyAPI requests I'm making are very tiny, but even huge osession.request-trickle-id values have no effect.

 Thoughts? thanks. 

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answered on 13 Jul 2015, 07:45 PM
Correction - that's request-trickle-delay. Sorry about that. 
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answered on 14 Jul 2015, 06:50 PM
Hello, Amy--

If you send me a SAZ file showing the problem, I'd be happy to have a look at it. Having said that, even knowing exactly how tiny your requests are would be useful. 

One key point: Have you enabled HTTPS decryption? If not, Fiddler's trickling behavior will not apply to requests made through a HTTPS connection.

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Eric Lawrence
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answered on 15 Jul 2015, 03:19 PM

Hi Eric,

 Enabling HTTPS decryption did the trick. (I also had to install the Fiddler cert where the ReadyAPI JRE could get to it.)

 Thank you.

 Amy

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