JMeter Integration with Different Tools

JMeter Integration with Different Tools

Today, JMeter has become a perfect tool for load generation and conducting performance testing. JMeter was lagged with one feature called deep-level server monitoring. but, this issue can also be overcome by integrating JMeter with available monitoring and APM tools. Nearly all APM and process-oriented tools have a feature to integrate JMeter which makes performance … Read more

Common JMeter Dashboard Report – Applicable to all scenarios

Common Dashboard Report Generation

In the previous post, you have seen how to generate a JMeter Dashboard Report in proper format by doing some simple changes in “user.properties”. Those changes are simple but dedicated to a particular test. If you have another test with a different transaction controller name then again you need to update the “user.properties” file especially … Read more

How to change JMeter HTML Report’s Response Time values in Seconds?

Time Format in Seconds JMeter Dashboard Report

By default, JMeter HTML Dashboard Report represents the time in milliseconds. For a web service test report, it is good to show the response time in milliseconds because their response time is less. Apart from this a web application usually has a response time greater than one second, so to represent the figures in thousand … Read more

How to generate correct JMeter HTML Dashboard Report?

Generate JMeter Dashboard Report

JMeter is an open-source performance testing tool, but in today’s world, it is competing with paid licensed tools with its improved features. One of the main drawbacks of the old version of JMeter was reporting and test result analysis. There were very few listeners available which took time to carry out a proper analysis. After … Read more

Customise Request Summary Legends

Customise Request Summary in JMeter Dashboard Report

In general, the “Request Summary” of JMeter HTML Report has a Pie Chart with “OK” and “KO” legends. These two legends show the pass and fail percentage of the total request executed during the test. OK stands for Success and KO stands for Failure But, there is no such valid meaning of KO here. And … Read more