Tag: JMeter Tips

Time Format in Seconds JMeter Dashboard Report

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

By default, JMeter HTML Dashboard Report represents the time in millisecond. 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 response time greater than one second, so to represent the figures in thousand (i.e.…
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Customise Request Summary in JMeter Dashboard Report

Customise Request Summary Legends

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…
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How to get help from JMeter Support Forum

JMeter Official Support Forum

Many times, while working with JMeter, we cling in certain situation or scenario where we need someone’s help to solve the issue. The worst part of the situation is we search over the internet or post the query in some forum but do not get the appropriate answer. As of last resort, we want to…
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Automate JMeter Script Backup

Automate JMeter Script Backup

JMeter has an automated process to take the backup of each Test Plan or Script that you create. This is a good feature for a performance tester to save his work from any unexpected loss. This backup is available into the “backups” folder of JMeter directory. By the way, you do not need to set…
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How to enable JMeter Undo and Redo Options

JMeter Undo & Redo options

Undo and Redo are the very basic feature of any Editor or any IDE. It is really annoying that if such a basic feature is not found in JMeter. Here is the catch. JMeter has this feature but not by default and therefore we have to enable it from our end. JMeter team believes in…
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How to Generate JMeter Dashboard Report in GUI Mode

JMeter Dashboard Report – GUI mode

Many times, we develop Unit Test Scripts to check the code stability prior to the actual load test. These are the small test scenarios which run in the GUI mode with a small load like 1 to 5 threads. So, we come up with the need to generate the HTML Dashboard Report from GUI mode…
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