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I want to store issuedid in csv. is it possible?

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  1. Add JSON Extractor as a child of the request which produces the above output
  2. Configure it as follows:

    • "Names of created variables" - anything meaningful, i.e. issuedid
    • "JSON Path Expressions" - $.issuedid
  3. Add the next line to user.properties file (lives in "bin" folder of your JMeter installation)

    sample_variables=issuedid
    
  4. Next time you run your JMeter test in command-line non-GUI mode like:

    jmeter -n -t your.test.jmx -l result.csv
    

    You will see an extra column in the result.csv file holding the value of the issuedid

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