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JMeter Best Practices

September 10, 2017

JMeter is a popular tool and is being used on a very high level to do performance testing. It helps to find out response time, Average time, load that application can withstand etc. Knowing the tool is one thing but using it efficiently is another. In this blog, we will be discussing JMeter best Practices that one should follow while using JMeter. Read More…

File Upload in JMeter

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In this blog, we will see how we can File upload in JMeter. This will help to do load testing of scenarios where upload is required. One can increase the load by increasing number of users and check the behavior of the application when the load is increased. Whether the user is able to upload successfully or not. Read More…

JMeter Rest API Testing with Example

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In this section, we are going to discuss how to create a test plan in order to JMeter Rest API Testing. REST or Representational State Transfer APIS are most popular.They are being commonly used as they are simple to use. API or Application programming interface is a method or a function that is exposed by an application to other applications. This enables communication between applications. They act as a bridge. API may be public or private. Read More…

Timers in JMeter

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We have covered about creating a Test plan and adding Thread group, Controllers, and Samplers to it. When the test run is initiated then requests which are added through Samplers hit the servers without any delay. This is unrealistic behavior as in real time every user does take a pause between performing actions on the website. It may not be possible to note the exact delay that each user takes but we can assume a delay based on workflow and desired behavior. Many times a request is hit to the server after receiving the response from the first request. Timers are added in JMeter to add some delay to the requests. One needs to be very careful in adding value to Timers in Jmeter as underestimating and overestimating it will give false results. Read More…

Listeners in JMeter

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Once all components of a Test Plan are added one can run the test. But, results of the test run can be viewed through Listeners in Jmeter. It listens to actions that are taking place in the script. Listeners in Jmeter records and displays result in different formats like table, graph and log files etc. They help the user to visualize the results and analyze request sent and the response received. Read More…

Assertions in JMeter

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After creating the end to end request with reports comes Jmeter Assertions. JMeter Assertions help us to validate data in response. They help to reduce manual effort of checking each and every response and analyzing their values. Assertions are added as part of the requests. One can run thousands of requests and view their results using JMeter Assertions at one go. Read More…

What are JMeter Samplers and Types

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In the previous blog, we studied about different ways in which a request can be sent to hit the server. Now, we will see the different type of requests that can be created in JMeter to serve the purpose of kind of scenario that one is trying to simulate. JMeter Samplers have all the information regarding a particular request. The server that it is going to hit, the port, the protocol used, the body of a request, variables and their values. It is the request that will ultimately hit the server and get a response back. Read More…

JMeter Controllers with Examples

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In the last blog, we studied about Thread group that enable a number of simulated requests that are sent to JMeter servers. In this part, we will be studying how to manage when to send a particular request. As the name suggests – JMeter Controllers are responsible to control the requests and what details a request need to contain. Let us discuss controllers now and types of different JMeter Controllers. Read More…

Understanding Thread Group in JMeter

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In this blog, we will cover another important component of JMeter i.e. Thread group. “Thread group” in JMeter decides the number of users to be simulated and number of times that they need to hit JMeter servers. Based on the values set, each thread group in jmeter or user will begin to run from the first request as the thread group is set at the global level. This plays a crucial role in putting a load on the application under test and analyzing response times, CPU utilization, memory leaks etc. Let’s try to understand components of JMeter one by one and see their part in creating the desired load. Read More…

Understanding JMeter Test Plan

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As discussed in the previous blog – Understanding JMeter GUI regarding various components of JMeter User Interface. Now, we will be covering each component one by one. Firstly, we are going to understand – JMeter Test Plan. It is a placeholder of the entire test suite of JMeter. Whatever components we want to add in JMeter, they will be part of a Test Plan. Read More…

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