I'm currently performance testing a PEGA based application on a non-prod environment, and I ran into some issues when SSL got implemented.
Now that we access the application through HTTPS, I'm no longer able to execute performance tests as most requests require a specific parameter (pyactivitypzZZZ).
Is there any way I can get access to that value?
***Edited by Moderator Marissa to update categories***
No - when we executed previous performance tests on HTTP those settings were not available.
From a performance testing perspective, would it make sense to disable those mentioned settings? If there is no way to dynamically get that encrypted value, we are not able to execute performance tests.
Posted: 5 years ago
Posted: 12 Dec 2017 8:57 EST
Brad Tainter (Br@dTainter_GCS)
Fellow, Technical Support, Platform Service
The setting <env name="initialization/Urlencryption" value="false"/> is applied on the Pega side to disable the URL encryption. This might also be configured as a Dynamic System Setting. Work with your developers to determine if and how the setting is applied and you can then turn it off for your test if needed.