Tag: JMeter Element

JMeter – Save Responses to a file

Let’s consider, you run the script in the actual load test and often getting an error at a particular step. Now, you want to know the error message coming inside the response body to check what is the root cause of the error. One of the solutions is to add a ‘View Results Tree’ listener…
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How does JMeter simulate a real browser?

Just to have a knowledge of how to record the script for an application and execute the test; should not be enough for a performance tester. As described in the previous article, performance testing should be realistic rather than just a simple test. To implement this concept, a performance tester should know how does a…
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Important JMeter External Plugins

Important JMeter External Plugins

Important JMeter External Plugins

JMeter - RegEx User Parameters

JMeter – RegEx User Parameters

I do not find any practical use of ‘RegEx User Parameters’ in JMeter. It is stated in the Apache JMeter guide that  RegEx User Parameter allows to specify the dynamic values for HTTP parameters extracted from another HTTP Request using regular expressions. RegEx User Parameters are specific to individual threads. If you extract the value from…
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JMeter - User Parameters

JMeter – User Parameters

This element is used to define the user (thread) specific parameters, although the CSV Data Set Config is an easy and flexible method for parameterization. In JMeter, ‘User Parameters’ preprocessor can be used when you have less number of test data which can be used in a repetitive manner and shared by all the thread. As I…
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JMeter - BeanShell Listener 01

JMeter – BeanShell Listener

In JMeter, BeanShell Listener is a scripting-based listener. It means that you will need to implement the listener logic by yourself using one of the supported scripting languages. Usually, it is helpful when you need to define logic based on your requirement and want to write some unique algorithm which is not currently provided by JMeter. You…
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