Pre-Defined Beanshell Variables in JMeter

The most essential and commonly used JMeter API classes available to BeanShell components are listed in the following section. Let's deep down pre-defined beanshell variables in JMeter and more... The following is found at the bottom of the BeanShell sampler component: For the script, the following variables are defined: "SampleResult, ResponseCode, ResponseMessage, IsSuccess, Label, FileName, ctx, vars, props, log” Sample Result It corresponds to the org.apache.jmeter.samplers class in JMeter. All of the javadoc's fields and methods may be accessed and invoked. Here's an example of a scenario: ​ getUrlAsString currentURL = SampleResult.getUrlAsString currentURL = SampleResult.getUrlAsString current () ResponseCode The [...]

By |2021-10-08T14:14:01+03:00June 30th, 2021|

How to Use JMeter’s Favorite Built-in Component: BeanShell

One of the most sophisticated JMeter built-in components is BeanShell. It understands Java syntax and adds scripting capabilities such as loose types, commands, and method closures. If your test case is unusual, and implementing it using integrated JMeter components is difficult or impossible, BeanShell might be a great way to fulfill your goals. BeanShell entities in JMeter have access to both internal JMeter APIs and any external classes loaded into the JMeter classpath (be sure to drop required jars into your JMeter installation's /lib/ext folder and insert the relevant "import" lines at the start of your BeanShell scripts). The following [...]

By |2021-06-30T15:28:03+03:00June 30th, 2021|

Loadium Capterra Reviews

Loadium’s 15th Review on Capterra Garners Perfect 5-Star Rating Another review, another perfect 5-star rating! That's the kind of performance testing services you get when you collaborate with a product like Loadium. Our team is full of capable and passionate individuals who are always looking for creative ways to tackle your challenges and provide amazing solutions that fit your needs. This specific review is about an e-Commerce development project for a retail company. Our team provided support and consultations in order for the client to improve their performance and load testing  processes. Some of the main deliverables are as [...]

By |2021-09-30T11:04:20+03:00June 17th, 2021|

How to install and use the JMeter plugins?

You completed your performance testing or load tests on JMeter, now you want to monitor your test results visually on a graph or a report. JMeter has more than 70 plugins (data collector sets, performance counters, listeners, etc.) for you to review or monitor your test results, with your heavy load. If you don't know which plugins to use, no need to worry! In this article, we tried to explain how to use JMeter Plugins Manager and listed the top 3 plugins for reporting. Therefore, you don't have to get lost in log file jungles anymore. JMeter Plugins Manager The first thing to start with is JMeter Plugins Manager, [...]

By |2021-09-30T12:00:57+03:00July 31st, 2018|Tags: , , |

BeanShell Processor Tutorial 2: Advanced Usage

BeanShell is the most powerful component of Apache JMeter. You can execute any Java code by using BeanShell scripts. If you are new to BeanShell, please take a look basic usage of BeanShell Processor. In this BeanShell tutorial, I want to deep dive into BeanShell  and show you some other example of its usage. If you're familiar with Java or any other language, it is very easy to get used to it. Sample 1: Dealing with Dates Dates are the most frightening component of any developer and testers also. In case you need deal with dynamic dates during your test, [...]

By |2021-07-01T15:58:54+03:00May 29th, 2018|Tags: , |
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