Recently added the blazemeter sense uploader plugin for reporting purposes and it is really nice. Post running the script, you get a sense.jtl file and a url to view the reports on the browser with valid authentication. Please suggest how to view the blazemeter sense report when I run the jmx script via the terminal or Jenkins?

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If you're running Linux you can use grep command to fetch the URL from jmeter.log file like:

grep -Eo "(http|https)://[a-zA-Z0-9./?=_-]*/gui/[0-9]*/" jmeter.log | head -1

As a result it will produce URL to the results page like:


Which can be used for publishing as a build artifact in a form of HTML page, from Jenkins pipeline perspective it would be something like:

sh "cat > sense.html <<'EOF'\n" +
                                "<html>" +
                                "<body>\n" +
                                "<a href="https://sense.blazemeter.com/gui/123456/">https://sense.blazemeter.com/gui/123456/</a>\n" +
                                "</body>\n" +
                                " </html>"

And then publish the generated HTML file to the Jenkins dashboard like:

step([$class: 'ArtifactArchiver', allowEmptyArchive: true, artifacts: 'sense.html', fingerprint: true, latestOnly: true])
  • If I'm using windows then? Apr 5, 2018 at 18:49

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