It also lets you control whether or not JMeter parses HTML files for images and other embedded resources and sends HTTP requests to retrieve them.
If the page uses HTTP, you can use the JMeter Proxy to capture the login sequence. If you want to use a single SSL context (not the standard behaviour of browsers), set the JMeter property: .
Note that the values are concatenated without adding any end-of-line characters.
These can be added by using the request header that is sent.
Several test elements use JMeter properties to control their behaviour.
These properties are normally resolved when the class is loaded.
If you have more than one HTTP Request that needs authorizations or cookies, then add the elements to the Thread Group.