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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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Imagine a jackhammer with a Phillips-head screwdriver welded onto the handle. You could, in theory, use this modified jackhammer for screwing things together, but you probably wouldn't want to. JMeter is a tool for performance testing. Selenium is a tool for functional testing. I talk about the differences between the two kinds of testing here.


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For example you have the following response: And you need to extract John from it. Add JSON Extractor Post Processor Configure it as follows: Reference Name: anything meaningful, i.e. name JSON Path Expressions: $.name That's it, you now have ${name} JMeter Variable with the value of John If now you want to validate its value you can add a Response ...


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As far as I know, it doesn't matter which type of Thread group you are using with Constant Throughput timer, at the end of the test in the results, you will get your desired Throughput which you mentioned in Constant Throughput Timer i.e. if you have mentioned 1200/min in Constant Throughput Timer with "Calculate Throughput based on" value as "All active ...


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Although Constant Throughput Timer accepts value in Requests/min and you are saying that you will use 120/sec, so you will have to provide a value of 7200 in Constant Throughput Timer to achieve 120/sec. Assuming there is only one request (sampler) in your Thread group and you are using the setting "All Active Threads" in Constant Throughput Timer. Then by ...


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If you need to limit this behavior to one request, add a Result Status Action Handler as a child of the request It's in post processor, then if it fails you can configure what happens, e.g. Stop the Thread from carrying on.


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Add Beanshell PostProcessor as a child of the request which must be successful and put the following code into "Script" area: if (!prev.isSuccessful()) { prev.setStopThread(true); } where prev stands for associated parent SampleResult See How to Use BeanShell: JMeter's Favorite Built-in Component guide for more information on using Beanshell in your ...


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You can use listener to understand the Logs. Please refer below steps Right click "thread group” add -> listener -> aggregate report Now select your Access Log Sampler Enter the IP Address or hostname Enter the port If you want to download the images, set "Parse images" to true Select a file for "log file location" Select the aggregate report Enter "...


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It's easy to implement. Please see the How to Monitor Your Server Health & Performance During a JMeter Load Test, which will guide you step by step to measure the server-performance!!! Hope, this will help you!!


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I think XPath Assertion would be a better match for XML data, the relevant XPath expression to check whether sampledUrl node text is equal to http://abc.com/off/paul.html will be: //sampledUrl/text()='http://abc.com/off/paul.html' See How to Use JMeter Assertions in Three Easy Steps article for more information on conditionally failing JMeter samplers with ...


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For particular your image Y axis stands for Swap (page) file usage in bytes depending on chosen metric which could be one of: used pagein pageout free total You can calculate percentage for swap file as used/total * 100. For other metrics you will need to play the same trick. See How to Monitor Your Server Health & Performance During a JMeter Load ...


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Your I just need them to execute each HTTP request once. stanza conflicts with the scenario described as the thread, representing a virtual user will be shut down when there is nothing more to do and there are no requests/loops defined. In regards to having separate test plans: there is no need to have different test plans as you can have different thread ...


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If the amount of load is not important and you only want to know which elements in your webpage are consuming more time (from a single client perspective) you could take a look at YSlow. It also gives you recommendations on how to improve your load time. In case you need to check this within stress conditions, Silk Performer's TrueLog includes very similar ...


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I will your plan is right for most of the things, I am listing down only those things which you need to add/update. Add Cache Manager Taking care of Timers: Note that timers are processed before each sampler in the scope in which they are found. So if you want to delay each user by 30 seconds for All 15 pages, then you should add this Constant Timer at ...


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You can configure jmeter to add an header line with the column names by modifying the jmeter.save.saveservice.print_field_names to true in the jmeter.properties file. By default, the columns are: timeStamp - unix timestamp of the request elapsed - time elapsed label - a label (page title or url) responseCode - http response ...


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Your issue is common for SharePoint applications. Actually your application is using Windows Authentication method and JMeter can't record this because Jmeter records only web browser actions. You have two options for handling this authentication/scenario: You have to use the HTTP Authorization Manager for this pop-up. Using this you still will not be able ...


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If by server performance you mean server's health and resource utilization, then, There is no built option for monitoring server health in JMeter. But, don't be disheartened, there is a plugin available for it. Name of the plugin is PerfMon Server Agent. You can download it from here. Documentation and tutorial for same are available here. To install the ...


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Don't run application under test and JMeter on the same machine to avoid the mutual interference, JMeter load test is quite "heavy" operation itself and in case of hardware resources lack you won't be able to tell for sure what processes are to blame. Don't try to overwhelm the server from the very beginning, start with simulating anticipated number of real ...


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I don't know what programming language you use, the below answer assumes default WebDriver Sampler language which is JavaScript. You should implement your own custom Function like var wait = new org.openqa.selenium.support.ui.WebDriverWait(WDS.browser, 10) WaitForText = function() { var text = WDS.browser.findElement(org.openqa.selenium.By.xpath('//tr[...


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Not knowing the details of JDBC and JSON response it is hard to provide exact configuration, from the high level perspective it should be something like: Add JSON Extractor and store "interesting" part(s) of the response into JMeter Variable(s) Add JDBC PostProcessor and store values from the DB into JMeter Variable(s). See Debugging JDBC Sampler Results ...


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For example, we have the following table: mysql> describe city; +-------------+----------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | Field | Type | Null | Key | Default | Extra | +-------------+----------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | ID | int(11) | NO | PRI | NULL | auto_increment | | Name | char(35) ...


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I believe it would be a lot easier to use 4 separate assertions like: Combining several clauses into single assertion is also possible, for example: there are | and and XPath operators there is | regex meta character See How to Use JMeter Assertions in Three Easy Steps to learn more about using assertions in JMeter tests.


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Extract the value from XML using XPath Extractor, the relevant XPath query would be something like //Product/Id/text() Once done you will be able to compare 2 JMeter Variables: the one from the XPath Extractor with the one from the JDBC Request sampler using Response Assertion configured like: Apply to -> JMeter Variable -> Reference name, used in the ...


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You need to tick JMeter Variable radiobutton in order to make this work as you expect Your current setup is comparing ${imageurl_1} with the parent sampler response. See documentation on Response Assertion and How to Use JMeter Assertions in Three Easy Steps guide for more details. Also be aware that you can check JMeter Variables names and values using ...


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If you need to check that your ${OfferSubTitle} JMeter Variable value equals to Not Found (in other words, how to make your current assertion not to fail) you need to use the following Response Assertion configuration: Apply to: JMeter Variable -> OfferSubTitle Pattern Matching Rules: Equals Patterns to Test: Not Found If your target is different first of ...


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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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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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JMeter startup script checks for Java version using Findstr program. On "normal" Windows installation the Findstr program should exist in C:\Windows\System32 directory therefore it should be on your system PATH. So if you fix this issue by either fixing your system PATH or copying the findstr.exe file to the "bin" folder of your Java or JMeter installation ...


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I would recommend switching to JSR223 Assertion and Groovy language as: Since JMeter 3.1 it is recommended to use JSR223 Test Elements and Groovy for scripting Groovy has built-in JSON support so you will be able to parse responses without using any extra test elements or libraries Groovy performs much better than Beanshell So if use the following Groovy ...


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Check out Test Fragments and Module Controller test elements. You can define your so called "Thread Groups" as Test Fragments and refer them via Module Controllers orchestrating the test flow and workload as per your requirements by using either iterations on Thread Group level or coming from Loop Controller. See JMeter: Using the Module Controller for ...


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