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Setting up WebDriver Sampler for full browser tests in Jmeter

We had an important task to load test the web-app whose front-end is based on Angular-js Framework. JMeter is not a browser. As far as web-services and remote services are concerned, JMeter looks like a browser (or rather, multiple browsers); however, JMeter does not perform all the actions supported by browsers. 155 more words


JSR223 Tips and Tricks Part 3

When doing API testing, you may find that your test data can become unmanageable.  For example, if your test uses a collection of XML files or JSON files, your data files can become accumulate and become cluttered.  277 more words


Correlating Dynamic Data

Waddup. Short one today, so savour it. 腹八分目

If you’ve been following my blog then you’ll know last time I went over the basics of creating test scripts for whatever tool you use and I briefly touched on correlation. 692 more words

Performance Testing

Running jMeter tests with jenkins pipeline

Thankfully, the importance of automated performance tests is no longer questionable. Convincing people to test application performance is no longer a challenge. What about tools and processes? 470 more words


Apache–jMeter - Test Plan – ASP.Net – Forms Authentication–Troubleshooting


In a previous post we spoke about the steps we undertook to design a test plan for authenticating users connecting to an ASP.Net web site. 532 more words


JSR223 Tips and Tricks Part 2

In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to create and store JSON data using groovy.

First add a UDV to your test script and create an empty variable called ${jsonData} 168 more words


Apache - jMeter - Microsoft ASP.Net - Forms Authentication Page


In this our sophomoric jMeter post opted to go with what is for us a hard choice.

It would have been far easier to go with a web site that does not require authentication, but thankfully we do not trust people enough to have one of those. 643 more words