In JMeter, I am using a post processor running
prev.setIgnore() within the setup thread group to ignore those requests.
Some of these requests are JDBC requests to select data out of the database and to save the data to a file (using the save responses to file listener).
As designed, the post processor is then stopping the output of data to the file. If I disable the post processor, then the files are setup just fine. But when it's enabled, then the files are not setup.
I don't want the response time (for the JDBC select operation) in my output report but I do want the data out of the database into a file. Is there a compromise here or do I need to just accept the data in the report if I want the files to be setup correctly?