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Constant Throughput Timer can only slow down JMeter thread(s) in order to limit the throughput to the desired value. If you want to reach 24000 requests per minute (400 requests per second) with 100 threads it means that application response time must be 250ms. If response time will be higher - you won't be able to achieve your goal. If you're absolutely ...


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Double check that the extracted ${form_key} variable really has the value using Debug Sampler and View Results Tree listener combination Try recording the request for creating the account using JMeter's HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder, it might be the case your Magento instance requires some custom parameters I cannot reproduce your issue using online Magento ...


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Most probably you're looking for Little's Law Little's Law tells us that the average number of customers in the store L, is the effective arrival rate λ, times the average time that a customer spends in the store W, or simply: L = λW I also think that your question is a little bit vague as "concurrent users" will be the number of threads/virtual users ...


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There were some post similar that, check with that 1.Calculate peak concurrent users on a website 2.How do you calculate the number of virtual concurrent users to use in a load test given data on actual site traffic? 3.How do I calculate the number of concurrent users to use in a load test?


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Your "doesn't work" statement doesn't work for us as it doesn't provide enough details so we cannot come up with the comprehensive answer. Most probably your request doesn't work due to the same form_key correlation problem, double check that it: Exists The value is the same as in the response for the /account/create request I also don't know where did ...


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You need to use correlation to store ViewState, EventValidation, and possibly other values (Session, Key, ViewStateGen, etc) inside vars. As mentioned above, this can be done using the Regex extractor. I have written jmeter scripts where the ViewState changes for every page transition in the workflow, so you might need to use multiple vars for ViewState. ...


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I've used WebLoad before. Its scripting language is basically JS, so you may be able to find controls on the page using JS and invoke them as part of your load script. WebLoad is free.


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View State is one of client-side state management techniques, if you want to load test application which uses this technique - it means that you will not be able to successfully replay a recorded script without prior correlation. You should design your test as follows: Request 1 - open first page Extract ViewState value from the response using a suitable ...


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