How to Use “ Constant Throughput Timer ” in JMeter

Let’s think about an end-to-end scenario for an e-commerce website. A user logs in, goes to the main page, searches for a product, sees the results and goes to the detail page of one option. Then the user will continue with performing cart and payment steps. A real time user would be executing this scenario slowly. Because during the flow; he/she will think about his/her budget, try to find out the most charming option then fill the credit card info slowly. But a thread in JMeter; can execute this scenario much faster than a real time user, if [...]

By |2021-11-24T10:46:31+03:00November 24th, 2021|Tags: , , |

JMeter Timers

Why Do I Need a Timer in JMeter? User behavior in load tests depends on many factors. Those factors can be “ramp-up time”, “user count on the system in a specific time interval”, etc. and most of them rely on timing. The time between user actions defines the realism of the scenario. That’s why JMeter offers various JMeter Timers for you to use in your performance test projects. By default, JMeter executes all samplers one after another. There is no delay between sampler’s execution. This makes our tests non-realistic because no user goes into a page and clicks to [...]

By |2022-02-17T11:26:40+03:00December 19th, 2018|Tags: , , , |
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