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Yes, the tool you want to use is Karate. Here is a 10-thread example I made: https://github.com/djangofan/karate-selenium-grid-example/blob/master/src/test/java/features/google/form.feature Then, you can install AeroKube Moon to get a free scalable 4-thread Grid cluster. If you want more threads, they are $5/thread/month. This is absolutely the cheapest ...


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Put the requests in Critical Section Controller (under Logic Controller) according to your desired order.


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You won't be able to properly record and especially replay the described scenario because JMeter's HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder is capturing requests as they reach it. So it's better to record 1st user actions and copy the recording under 1st Thread Group then record 2nd user actions and copy the recording under 2nd Thread Group. If there are some common ...


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What's the problem with increasing the number of loops? If you hit the target1 second time it will produce the new ID, won't it? So the previous JMeter Variable holding the previous ID will be overwritten with the new ID so you will be able to hit the target2 normally. It also shouldn't be a problem to simulate 5-7k of virtual users from a mid-range modern ...


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JMeter always executes requests in sequential order. Retrieve the ID in first request by using Regular Expression Extractor and try to print in second request by using Beanshell PostProcessor.


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You can try and adding JSR223 PostProcessor. The script will look like this: vars.put("response", prev.getResponseDataAsString()); but response that you get might be quite a lot. Since you only need the ID, then try adding Regular Expression Extractor too. Then the "response" variable can be access as ${response} and you can pass it on ...


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Load Testing and Stress testing are very different scenarios. Load testing is more likely the upper limit of your system and checked how the system will handle under a heavy load. Stress testing is more on how system behaves under extreme heavy load and how it will recover in case there will be a failure. Or shall we say that this is done with unexpected ...


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When you are saying performance testing of an app, I'm assuming you are interested in the client-side performance of the mobile application.Appachhi provides a way to do such type of testing. I have not used it beyond POC long ago, but it looked promising to me. Here is the Link to sample result. It supports different devices against which you can test ...


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If what Dmitri stated is the case, you can simply take the swagger specification file and generate JMeter test scripts using OpenAPI Generator. [https://openapi-generator.tech/docs/installation/] There are several options for installing OpenAPI Generator but the easiest I found to deal with behind a bunch of company restrictions, is the jar. Then just ...


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