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I've recorded a web script (script is creating a quote for product) using blazemeter, and downloaded the file. After i ran the script from JMeter, for that i got all results in tree, table, etc..

But client wants to validate the test in such a way that when ever we run the script from jmeter, a quote should be created.

Can the jmeter script run the application and create quote, is that possible?

  • What do you mean by a quote? – user246 Jan 31 '18 at 15:08
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Assuming the script is correct, i.e. it has HTTP Cookie Manager in place, all dynamic values are correlated, all dependent files are present (i.e. files used in the CSV Data Set Config) the test should be environment-agnostic and you can run it from anywhere.

I would also suggest randomizing your script a little bit just in case the application doesn't allow creating duplicate "quotes" (whatever it is) using i.e. __time() function to add current timestamp to the created "quote" or __RandomString() function so "quote" body would be different for each request, etc.

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