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Now that I have generated the report dashboard after the JMeter test run, I want to share the same via email to concerned members and stakeholders. Please suggest how can I do the aforementioned task!

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  • If are asking how to send a file via email then I'm not sure the "stakeholders" will need this report as if a person is not capable of accomplishing this simple activity I strongly doubt the load report is relevant
  • If you need to do it using JMeter - you can pack the folder with the dashboard report using OS Process Sampler and SMTP Sampler (it will be a separate JMeter test of course)
  • If you are running your test using a Continuous Integration solution check out your CI server plugins, for instance there is Email-ext plugin for Jenkins.
  • Many thanks for your time! Post running the test I have the report dashboard saved in a folder somewhere on my system (maybe on Desktop). Now that folder has an index.html file opening which I can view the results of my test. How do I share the same over the email to others? – Rohan Kalia Jan 2 '18 at 7:37
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In my experience, it is less value to share file created by automation or performance tool with stakeholders. They will not understand it. What I would suggest you is to create a short presentation (7-15 min) to present the results and answer the possible questions.

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Well in my opinion if you like you can place the folder in a webserver like IIS and host a site, and send the link to the stakeholders, that ways you have to update the result set with every run, and you can do the automation around it.

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