HTTPUNIT, visit another page while stay in same session

Posted on 2009-07-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-07
HI: I am using HTTPUnit now to test a web application. The application needs authentication. I use HTTPUNIT to get first page and set parameters in the form and logged in, now I want the httpunit to visit the other pages while keeping the session. I try to use WebResponse newResponse(urlconnection), but it directs me to login page it seems the HTTPUNIT did not remember  my previous authentication.


After login in, since I already have url lists, I want http unit to visit url lists one by one. And then I record its memory usage. I do not want to visit first page, and fetch page and find link and open the link. Since I know url, I want HTTP unit visit that url directly.

Any good solution?

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