I am trying to record a native app script that contains security certificates and keys. When I try to record via proxy through the Gomez recorder the app will open but when any action is performed the app states it is having issues connecting to the server. I downloaded the Charles Web Debugging Proxy which would allow the app to communicate with the server and allow data to be recorded, however only the connections to the server that requires the certificates were recorded and not the web service requests that are made.
I would like to know if it is possible to have a certificate and key installed/incorporated in to the gomez recorder that will allow us to record the information contained in the web service requests?
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Answer by Pereira, M. ·
I just wanted to follow up with the issue you were referring to regarding the certificate. Please let us know if you continue to have any further questions. If so, you may want to reach out and create a Support case. Please include the specifics in the case. Thank you for your time.
Answer by stefan k. ·
To record any HTTPS/SSL requests through the Gomez Recorder proxy you need to download the Proxy Certificate onto the mobile device. To do so you need to go into the mobile device's browser (i.e. Safari), and navigate to "http://yourproxyaddress:40123/cert". This should result in the mobile device prompting you to add the certificate. After you install you should be able to see secure requests in the proxy recorder.