Functional Testing with Loadium & Apache JMeter

Functional Testing Functional Software Testing is the technique used to test the features and functionality of a system or software. Functional testing aims to answer questions like "can the user do this?" or "does this feature work?". After this brief definition, let's answer questions such as; “What is a functional test with JMeter?”, how it can be done effectively. Functional test sample with JMeter Functions to be tested.Github.com's home page and login page. In order to prepare a test scenario in JMeter, we must first test the scenario in a Web Browser, capture the requests made with our browser's developer [...]

Handling Error Messages of JMeter Tests in Loadium

Errors found during testing is a part of the process, tests are done to find them after all. After finding an error, understanding its reason is crucial. Some errors are easy to understand and recognize if they reveal themselves clearly, but sometimes errors are hard to detect and if their reason isn’t clear it might even lead to more confusing results. There might be several reasons for an error to occur. It could be due to a logical error in the script, or while the script is doing its work properly, server might mess up when processing it. JMeter has [...]

How to Add a Variable Number of Parameters in Apache JMeter

Some requests have more than one parameter, and the number of parameters may change. You can also add dynamic parameters according to your scenario. To resolve this issue, we need to use JSR223 PreProcessor provided by JMeter. First, we add an HTTP request as shown below, then we delete all the parameters and add JSR223 PreProcessor. In this example, we choose the groovy language. Then we add a for loop to determine how many parameters we will add, and add the parameter insert code to use it inside the for a loop. When we run the test, we add any [...]

JMeter Distributed Testing Step-by-step

This short tutorial explains how to use multiple systems to perform stress testing. Before we start, there are a couple of things to check. The firewalls on the systems are turned off. All the clients are on the same subnet. The server is in the same subnet, if 192.x.x.x or 10.x.x.x ip addresses are used. If the server doesn't use 192 or 10 ip address, there shouldn't be any problems. Make sure JMeter can access the server. Make sure you use the same version of JMeter on all the systems. Mixing versions may not work correctly. Once you've made sure [...]

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