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For point 6 of the question: Load test results are stored in a data base. They can be accessed as follows. Open any ".loadtest" file. From the load test editor's command icons click on Open and manage results. The command is also available in the context menu of the load test. The top text field specifies the database to use. The default value should be ...


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Yes, it is possible with JMeter without opening browser. You can pass the URL as a parameter using the CSV file. For this you need to use 'CSV Data Set Config'. After passing the URL from the CSV file, you can fill all the fields required for creating a team from the CSV too, this way you will have different data for different teams.


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I think, CSV just like username, password username1, password1 username2, password2 username3, password3 username4, password4 username5, password5


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I hope you not using JMeter in GUI mode. If you do - please switch to command-line non-GUI mode as JMeter GUI is very resource intensive and may ruin your test. The same for the Listeners: if you have View Results Tree or View Results in Table listeners added and enabled - remove or disable them as they consume a lot of CPU and RAM. Follow ...


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First of all I would start with creating a test "skeleton" - basically record your test scenario using JMeter's built-in HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder. Check out Apache JMeter proxy Step-by-step guide to get started. Once you have initial test script you can parametrize it, add external data sources, perform correlation if needed add virtual users, run the ...


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You should use the following components in JMeter for creating and running you script: Test Plan Thread Group HTTP Request Default Cookie Manager (if your application have any cookies or your script uses any kind of session) Cache Manager (for managing the caching, if there is any) Controllers (Simple or Recording or Transaction, depending upon your need) ...


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Yes, there is a way possible to do this. You need to add a 'HTTP Request Default' configuration element from 'Configuration Elements' option i.e. Right click test plan and add this 'HTTP Request Default'. In this 'HTTP Request Default' there is an option Connect in 'Timeouts (milliseconds)', you can specify your connection timeout value in this field and ...


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A little amendment to Dhiman's answer: Don't use View Results Tree and/or View Results in Table listeners for anything but tests development or debugging as they are very resource intensive. Don't use JMeter GUI for actual load test, use GUI only for tests development and troubleshooting as again GUI thread consumes a lot of resources and can ruin your ...


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Option 1: You can keep the user count as 1 and Loop count as 100 in your thread group. This way your script will be executed 100 times, without concurrency of users and one user at a time. you can use CSV file if you want to change the user login credentials and other data at each loop starting i.e. different data for different user. Option 2: Another ...


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You need to use the Tree listener and/or Table Listener in JMeter, Sampler result tab of Tree listener provided the value of both "Latency Time" and "Load Time" (this image has been taken from google and just for reference, Tree listeners looks exactly same) This lisnter will provide the result of individual samples, i.e. you have to select the sample ...


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It may be of some help to you. We have once done the same thing in one of our project where we had to test USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) and SMS (Short Message Service) using the SMPP (Short Message Peer-to-Peer) protocols. Goal was to find a break-point where the CPU usage goes above 80% and Memory usage goes above 70%, for this we had to ...



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