|Re: HTTP Proxy Standalone? [message #39676 is a reply to message #39429]
||Mon, 07 November 2005 16:33
| Thomas Derflinger
Registered: July 2009
Thank you very much for this information.
My use case is actually for some HTTP Monitor that I recently ported to
Eclipse, called WebScarab for Eclipse (http://wscarabeclipse.sf.net).
It also contains an HTTP Proxy, but I am not quite satisfied with the
performance, so I am looking for some replacement.
I tried the TPTP proxy and it performed better, so I will look into
extracting it from the plugins you indicated.
Paul Slauenwhite wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> Although not a supported use case, separating the HTTP proxy recorder
> from TPTP Test is possible, albeit difficult. The HTTP proxy recorder is
> spread over four TPTP plugins:
> However, there is an implementation of a simple HTTP proxy server that
> we use for demonstration purposes in conference tutorials. You can access
> the source code at:
> http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/ >> Documentation >> Conference Materials >>
> EclipseWorld 2005 >> Using and Extending the Test and Performance Tools
> Platform >> Source >> Simple_HTTP_Proxy_Server
> Please keep in mind that the simple HTTP proxy server implementation was
> only intended for demonstration purposes and will require several
> performance improvements for general use.
> "Thomas D" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I noticed that the HTTP Recorder uses a proxy to monitor the
>>The HTTP Proxy might be interesting for a number of other purposes
>>Is it possible to use the HTTP proxy standalone, without the TPTP
>>testing facility? If no, how difficult would it be to separate the proxy
>>Thanks in advance for your ideas.
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