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From fschumac...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1716228 - /jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml
Date Tue, 24 Nov 2015 18:23:01 GMT
Author: fschumacher
Date: Tue Nov 24 18:23:01 2015
New Revision: 1716228

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1716228&view=rev
Log:
Remove references to apache.org domains in examples to minimize accidental load
on infrastructure.

Bugzilla Id: 58640

Modified:
    jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml

Modified: jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml?rev=1716228&r1=1716227&r2=1716228&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml (original)
+++ jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml Tue Nov 24 18:23:01 2015
@@ -3792,9 +3792,9 @@ These can be set up using a <complink na
         This is usually useful if each main thread group iteration represents behaviour of
one Virtual User.
         </property>
   <property name="Base URL" required="Yes">A partial or complete URL that matches one
or more HTTP Request URLs.  As an example,
-say you specify a Base URL of "<code>http://jmeter.apache.org/restricted/</code>"
with a <code>Username</code> of "<code>jmeter</code>" and
+say you specify a Base URL of "<code>http://localhost/restricted/</code>" with
a <code>Username</code> of "<code>jmeter</code>" and
 a <code>Password</code> of "<code>jmeter</code>".  If you send an
HTTP request to the URL
-"<code>http://jmeter.apache.org/restricted/ant/myPage.html</code>", the Authorization
Manager sends the login
+"<code>http://localhost/restricted/ant/myPage.html</code>", the Authorization
Manager sends the login
 information for the user named, "<code>jmeter</code>".</property>
   <property name="Username" required="Yes">The username to authorize.</property>
   <property name="Password" required="Yes">The password for the user. (N.B. this is
stored unencrypted in the test plan)</property>
@@ -6452,10 +6452,10 @@ Both Chrome and Internet Explorer use th
         <property name="Port" required="Yes">The port that the HTTP(S) Test Script
Recorder listens to.  <code>8080</code> is the default, but you can change it.</property>
         <property name="HTTPS Domains" required="No">List of domain (or host) names
for HTTPS. Use this to pre-generate certificates for all servers you wish to record.
         <br/>
-        For example, <code>*.apache.org,*.incubator.apache.org</code>
+        For example, <code>*.example.com,*.subdomain.example.com</code>
         <br/>
         Note that wildcard domains only apply to one level,
-        i.e. <code>podling.incubator.apache.org</code> matches <code>*.incubator.apache.org</code>
but not <code>*.apache.org</code>
+        i.e. <code>abc.subdomain.example.com</code> matches <code>*.subdomain.example.com</code>
but not <code>*.example.com</code>
         </property>
         <property name="Target Controller" required="Yes">The controller where the
proxy will store the generated samples. By default, it will look for a Recording Controller
and store them there wherever it is.</property>
         <property name="Grouping" required="Yes">Whether to group samplers for requests
from a single "click" (requests received without significant time separation), and how to
represent that grouping in the recording:
@@ -6535,9 +6535,9 @@ To disable the redirect detection, set t
 <p>The <b>include and exclude patterns</b> are treated as regular expressions
(using Jakarta ORO).
 They will be matched against the host name, port (actual or implied), path and query (if
any) of each browser request.
 If the URL you are browsing is <br></br> 
-"<code>http://jmeter.apache.org/jmeter/index.html?username=xxxx</code>",<br></br>

+"<code>http://localhost/jmeter/index.html?username=xxxx</code>",<br></br>

 then the regular expression will be tested against the string:<br></br> 
-"<code>jmeter.apache.org:80/jmeter/index.html?username=xxxx</code>".<br></br>
  
+"<code>localhost:80/jmeter/index.html?username=xxxx</code>".<br></br>
  
 Thus, if you want to include all <code>.html</code> files, your regular expression
might look like: <br></br> 
 "<code>.*\.html(\?.*)?</code>" - or "<code>.*\.html</code> 
 if you know that there is no query string or you only want html pages without query strings.
@@ -6552,7 +6552,7 @@ you should be able to record what you ar
 </p>
 
 <note>
-N.B. the string that is matched by the regular expression must be the same as the <b>whole</b>
host+path string.<br></br>Thus "<code>\.html</code>" will <b>not</b>
match <code>j.a.o/index.html</code>
+N.B. the string that is matched by the regular expression must be the same as the <b>whole</b>
host+path string.<br></br>Thus "<code>\.html</code>" will <b>not</b>
match <code>localhost:80/index.html</code>
 </note>
 
 <h4>Capturing binary POST data</h4>



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