I had been using JMeter to generate load for my production server to test my application. The test-plan has 13+ HTTP sampler to make different request and one Regular Expression extractor to extract some value from the response. This value was used in consecutive HTTP Sampler. This test case simple and straight forward. Initially I […]

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JMeter provides almost all functionalities which are needed for load-testing. But sometimes functionalities do not match exactly with our requirement and code changes are required to get the custom JMeter build. This post is going to describe about my experience of building JMeter and fixing build error. First thing was required to get the source […]

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JMeter provides functions that can be used in the sampler. While writing complex test-plan you feel that JMeter is lacking some of the methods. You use Beanshell script to define your own custom method. JMeter invokes Beanshell interpreter to run script the script. This works fine as long as you don’t generate high load (high […]

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It’s always good to use user defined variable in JMeter test plan. This way one can easily configure and customize the test plan. It definitely works in GUI but what if you want to execute the test plan using command line. You can only pass the property value using command line. Note: Command line execution […]

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Recently I was working on JMeter test-plan. I had to write some custom functions which are not provided by JMeter. I somehow figured out implementation of custom-functions but soon faced the build problem. It took a little while to define the build.gradle to compile and generate jar file. Later I thought to share it here. […]

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