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how to warm up caching of a secure b2b site using a script in AIX environment

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I am currently trying to warm up caching of a secure b2b site using a script in AIX environment

I looking for a script which sends HTTPS request to the b2b site login page, and then clicks several other links from home page. The script needs to click a fixed number of pages, which are defined in the cachespec.xml file. Or please suggest if there is a tool I can use for the same.

The goal of this script is to recreate Dyna Cache content, so when the actual user logins the requests are processed from cache instead of hitting the application server.

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You have the curl utility for AIX.
http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/power/software/aix/linux/toolbox/alpha.html

Your script should execute a XSLT transform on the XML file, creating a list of curl commands that then will be executed.
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