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Using threadNum() Function in JMeter

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Santosh Srivastava

There are many built-in functions in Jmeter which serve an important role in creating an effective test script. The test plan created should be effective enough to let the team understand what is going on in the script. Using such functions not only enhance the analysis part of results but also provide a simple yet […]

Creating Rendezvous Point in JMeter

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Santosh Srivastava

Rendezvous point in load testing is a point where an expected number of users wait till all of them are emulated, and then all virtual users send request at one time. This point is created to check the behavior of application where it might get a huge number of requests at a particular time. Its […]

Jmeter : Save Load Test Results On My Desktop If Built In Button Is Not Provided

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Santosh Srivastava

There are various ways of monitoring the results of Test Run when running scripts from Jmeter GUI mode. Out of all the Listeners available in Jmeter, some of the most widely used listeners are View Results in Tree View Results in Table Sumaary Report Aggregate Report Now once the script is ready to run with all […]

Jmeter-Usage of _intSum and _longSum

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Chinmay Brahma

__intSum: This is a built in function in Jmeter which helps to add multiple arguments/integer Values. Drawback It can only add two real numbers. For float(12.23, 43.22), it is going to show an error message. Arguments:             First Argument – The First integer value/Jmeter Variable             Second Argument – The Second integer Value/Jmeter Variable             […]

Templates in JMeter

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Charan Singh

Jmeter version 2.10 and upwards provide you with  Templates which can save you some time. For Example if you wish to use the recording controller to record your steps then all you need to do is go to File-Templates and Select the Recording Template and click on create.This would set up your Test Plan structure […]

Exporting Test Results to CSV in Jmeter#1

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Chinmay Brahma

Jmeter provides CSV and XML file creation for each Test scenario it is executing. Jmeter has provided options to select any one of above. The default File format is XML .CSV files having the test results are easy to understand in comparison to XML files .    Using few following configuration settings in the Jmter we […]

Difference between using random controller and random order controller in JMeter

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Saurabh Agarwal

Random controllers and random order controllers are different types of logic controllers in JMeter, each having its own specific use. They are used to modify the way in which we are sending a sample. But sometimes novice users tend to get confused between them because of similar names. Below i’m describing the purpose and use […]