My next step to solve this problem was to run some tests with The Grinder
Load Testing Tool.
A nice tool, but I got the same problem than in JMeter - Page Expired!
I use the Cookie Manager and tried also URL Rewriting (attaching the
jsessionid to each url) but without
success.
The problem occurs when changing the page inside my application
(setResponsePage).
I tested a Wicket application without page change, but with panel exchanges
- no problem!

rawe





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