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Jan
23
comment Performance testing with 100 users: how to read links from CSV file in JMeter?
stackoverflow.com/a/14477375/993246
Jan
21
comment Where can I find good JMeter tutorials?
@hughes Thank you. Updated.
Jun
7
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
How do I ask?
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Yes. But what you have to do in the first hand - add something like /login GET request, without params, before your /login POST - and extract 1st ViewState value and send it along with further /login POST.
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
Okay. Once more. See point #1 in answer above - I've added schema to use. To send jsfViewState value along with login POST request you need somehow extract it (ViewState) before - e.g. send login GET first. You will extracted jsfViewState value on each request to use it in the NEXT one - but not in the same.
Jun
5
comment Handling JSF ViewState errors using JMeter
@ Abhijeet, HOW it's not working? Is jsfViewState extracted? What's in jmeter.log? Simply add HTTP Cookie Manager at the top level (Test Plan), that's should be enough. Have you encoded jsfViewState value upon sending along with request ("Encoded" checkbox, wiki.apache.org/myfaces/PerformanceTestingWithJMeter -> Some Notes)?
May
14
comment Getting a random line from a file with Jmeter
Thank you for this point, I haven't tried.
Feb
1
comment which version of jmeter-plugins (>=0.3.0) can work under JDK 1.5?
Question is not about compatibility of Jmeter itself with JDK but about compatibility of package of custom Jmeter plugins - jmeter-plugins (code.google.com/p/jmeter-plugins) - with JDK under which jmeter is running.