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You can use JSON JMESPath Extractor which allows executing JMESPath queries for getting the values from JSON data, if you want to filter results - you can go for Filter Expressions, example query: [? name=='test1'].id Demo: More information: The JMeter JSON JMESPath Extractor and Assertion: A Guide


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I think default port for the HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder is 8888 so if you didn't change it - point your mobile to use port 8888 and make sure that incoming traffic is allowed in your operating system firewall Also you need to take some extra steps: For iOS you need to enable full trust for root certificates For Android you need to add the next section ...


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it's not possible to "provide solution for same" without seeing: Initial test plan Test plan after adding CSV Data Set Config(s) Results file from both executions Just in case jmeter.log file Per se CSV Data Set Config won't generate extra requests unless you have a While Controller configured to loop until there are entries in the CSV file. Also ...


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There is no limitations in passing the variables between If Controllers, once the variable is set up it will be visible for this thread (virtual user) until its termination. As per JMeter Documentation Variables are local to a thread; so if you define the variable in 1st If Controller (assuming that the logic will be executed) the variable will be visible ...


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The access token is something you're getting as the result of the OAuth 2.0 authorization code flow It's not a single request, it's a series of requests which you need to implement somehow: the options are in: simulating the same requests sequence as the real browser does (can be recorded and replayed after applying some correlation of the dynamic ...


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How about using BlazeMeter's Taurus for this? You can reference only one JMeter .jmx script and override the properties/variables to point it to different sites you need to test. Below example demonstrates how to concurrently launch one script 2 times providing different ${hostname} variable to them: --- execution: #This is for site # 1 - scenario: ...


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You don't have any Samplers under the Thread Group you're running, I don't know where did they go, if you did everything that you were supposed to be doing you should get at least one HTTP Request sampler as the result of recording your mobile application traffic. So presumably you need to copy all these children of the HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder to the ...


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I can only think of 2 possible reasons: Your Firefox doesn't "respect" the localhost proxy, the functionality was introduced a couple of years ago so if you specify a localhost as the proxy host Firefox silently ignores this so you need to type about:config into the URL bar, look for network.proxy.allow_hijacking_localhost setting and set the ...


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