I want to use Gatling performance testing on a website designe with Apache Wicket. Wicket tends to create dynamic URLs for their links for each session and user. Especially Ajax requests use some cryptic dynamically generated URLs that might not be available at the next run.
e.g. <a href="?wicket:interface=:4:create::ILinkListener:"> where the "4" will change every request.
Does anyone has experience using Gatling with Wicket or some other Web-Framework with dynamic links?
The issue was already discussed with JMeter + Wicket: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/WICKET/Wicket+and+JMeter+with+Regular+Expressions
The “solution” for JMeter was to parse the resulting html-page for the links with regular expressions and use these parsed informations for the next request. Does anybody tried this with Gatling and could post some example?