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I have swagger URL to test in JMeter: http://192.168.1.185:9100/swagger-ui.html#/bd-config-controller/getUsingGET when I break this URL into IP:192.168.1.185 port:9100 path:/swagger-ui.html#/bd-config-controller/getUsingGET I am getting this response in GET request which I am not able to understand. Although the get has only STRING{id}: Response in results tree is: !-- HTML for static distribution bundle build --> Swagger UI html { box-sizing: border-box; overflow: -moz-scrollbars-vertical; overflow-y: scroll; } *, *:before, *:after { box-sizing: inherit; }

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I'm under impression you're doing the wrong thing, you should not be testing Swagger UI itself, my expectation is that you need to test the REST API endpoint instead, Swagger UI can only be used for examining and playing with the APIs.

You may find Taurus tool useful, it comes with swagger2yaml utility which can convert Swagger UI definitions into Taurus YAML config script and once you get the YAML file you can easily get a JMeter test plan from it by running the following command:

bzt your_file.yaml -gui

This command will open JMeter GUI with the test plan loaded so you will be able to save it as normal JMeter .jmx script.

Check out Navigating your First Steps Using Taurus article for more information

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  • Sorry, Dmitri for asking such a silly question. I Have examined the endpoints but the project is based on a microservices architecture i.e. the JWT token or authorization changes severely whenever someone logged on the server so what token I have extracted from the USER CONTROLLER(Authentication API) when I am passing that token on further requests it is showing error 401 or authorization failed. SO what should I do to configure some request sampler that every time when test runs it fetches the current JWT TOKEN. and test run successfully. – coder_m Nov 28 '19 at 4:02
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If what Dmitri stated is the case, you can simply take the swagger specification file and generate JMeter test scripts using OpenAPI Generator.

[https://openapi-generator.tech/docs/installation/]

There are several options for installing OpenAPI Generator but the easiest I found to deal with behind a bunch of company restrictions, is the jar.

Then just run this command and they will generate: java -jar openapi-generator-cli.jar generate -i swaggerSpec.json -g jmeter

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