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After a lot of Googling and trial and error I found out that a tag in the JMX file that Blazemeter's Chrome Extension generates was creating a problem. The JMX file included a <hashTree/> in several places and this tag was causing the JMX file to not being read by Jmeter in non GUI mode. So I removed this tag and tried to run the test and got a hell ...


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Smart JMX is a converting mechanism which converts the BlazeMeter proxy recording into a JMX while adding further logics, e.g necessary parameterizations as well as token or sessionID extractions etc. for the latter, one of the JMeter elements used is actually a JSON path extractor which is a JMeter plugin. in order to be able to open this JMX in your JMeter ...


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Given successful installation you should be able to see Step-by-Step Debugger entry under "Run" section of JMeter's main menu: On start you will see debugger window where you will be able to inspect JMeter Variables, JMeter Properties, evaluate expressions and see JMeter log file Make sure you have latest JMeter version, you can always grab one on JMeter ...


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You can move to debugging your script in following way: Step 1 : Create the script as per your business requirement. Here i have created one sample test plan for the reference where i have setup all required things as mentioned in snap : Step 2: If debug plugin has successfully installed then it will appear in the strip right below the menu bar, click ...


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You should not be trying to "break" the application, the targets of the performance testing could be: Check whether your application is capable of handling anticipated load, i.e. if you expect 1000 concurrent users you should test if your application can handle 1000 concurrent users providing reasonable response times without any errors. This is called Load ...


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You need to pass the token generated during the GET request of login page. The token will be present in the Response data section of the login thread in View Result Tree. You will need to add a Regex expression extractor in the Login thread. Using that you will be able to find the token and then pass it the next page where you are POSTing credentials. You ...


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Here's an interesting link about integrating robot framework tests with JMeter - Robot framework JMeter library. The generated JMeter JTL files, that this integration produces can be easily used in Blazemeter. Another approach is to try integrating with Taurus performance test tool. It's python based, as well as robot framework. The link to information on ...


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You need to consider a different structure of your test to make it behave like a real browser: Open Login Page (HTTP Get Request) Extract _csrf_token value from the response and save it into a JMeter Variable Perform Login (HTTP Post request). At this stage you need to provide credentials and _csrf_token from the previous request. See How to Load Test ...


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Make sure you have the setup exactly as mentioned in the above answer, and then click on the Start button in the HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder in JMeter. After clicking the Start button, your device will be able to connect to the network, and you will be able to record the activity. Let me know if this solves the problem.


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Add a Constant Throughput Timer as a child of your request Configure it like: Target Throughput: 2 (2 samples per minute) Calculate Throughput Based On: all active threads in current thread group That's it, now your request should fire each 30 seconds Be aware that Constant Throughput Timer is accurate enough on minute level so it can start pausing the ...


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If you have been told to use the HTTP Authorization Manager you should have been told what to put there as well. HTTP Authorization Manager supports 3 protocol authentication types: Basic - in this case you will not need to put there anything. Mechanism should be BASIC_DIGEST NTLM - in this case you will need to specify your Windows Domain in the "Domain" ...


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According to http://getstatuscode.com/419 HTTP 419 response means that you were authorized to perform certain actions when you recorded the script, but now your authorization token (or any marker that assigns permissions to a user that is used in your case) got expired so that you cannot just rerun your recorded script whenever you want. You have to consult ...


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so, to achieve a particular number of users you first have to add a Thread Group or, better, a Concurrency Thread Group where you can specify your desired concurrency, say how many users you want JMeter to be simulating at the same time. You can also configure some ramp-up params there, check the component's reference for more details. To implement the ...


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