In order to acheive this goal, you may want to try using the HTML/ASP Monitor. The Monitor will connect to the Web server, request the web page, ensure that it receives a 200 response back from the server and also parse the body of the page to find a set text string.
The following HTTP Monitors are available with ipMonitor:
HTTP: Ensures the server returns a 200 reponse back when requesting the web page
HTML/ASP: Ensures the server returns a 200 reponse back when requesting the web page and validate that a set text string is present on the page provided.
HTTPS: Same as HTML/ASP Monitor but through HTTPS instead of HTTP
HTTP-User Experience: tests a web server's ability to accept incoming sessions and transmit a requested resource, such as a web page, or the results of a CGI script. In other words, it does a checksum on the requested page and validate the returned value to ensure it has not changed.
Link-User Experience: tests any links (HREFs) it locates within a specified web page to ensure the links can be successfully accessed by visitors
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