Sometimes it’s not possible to use the JMeter Proxy to record your Thread Group. Sometimes the client application does not support proxies or, maybe you want to replay a functional test script using Selenium Web Driver or another tool. Whilst the the script is running you may need to record the HTTP/HTTPS traffic to generate […]
In this article I will describe how to use the Regular expression extractor in Jmeter for the dynamic data corelation needs of web requests. I will first discuss how to add a RegEx to a webrequest, the basics terminologies associated with RegEx and then describe how different types of regular expression requirements can be met.
Starting Jmeter can be difficult, as the terminology can take time to get to grips with. Â What follows is a high level description of the key Jmeter Terms. My personal experience with Jmeter has been great. Â Many performance test engineers face difficulty during their first attempts with the tool because of the terminology.Listeners, pre-processor elements, […]
JMeter is an open source performance tool is widely used for performance testing variety of applications. This will be a series of posts on how to use JMeter as a performance testing tool. This article will explain how to create a recording of Web Application traffic which you can then captured and be used for […]
This time I present a brief comparison of two load-testing tool: Loadrunner (as called “the industry standard load testing tool”) and its open-source “counterpart” the Apache JMeter. Why are exactly these two pieces compared? I made a quick research at indeed.com to find out the global demand on load testing Profollica professionals. We can conclude, […]