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I would suggest using a JSR223 post processor, where you will need to do a little scripting to get what you need to save as a CSV file. Here is basic pseudo-code to help with this. //use PREV to get response data from previous sampler prev.getResponseDataAsString() //format this data (remove commas) and output to CSV file outLog.write(csvResponse + "\n") ...


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Seems there is a way, first Google hit on "jmeter socket testing": Mar 05 2016 At the moment the only easy way to implement WebSocket testing with JMeter is to use JMeter WebSocket Sampler by Maciej Zaleski. It's the only RFC6455-compliant extension which supports reusing one TCP session and it is easy to install and use. https://www....


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