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Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] Snippets LoadTestingFlowWithJMeter Mon Jul 14 23:00:02 2003
Date Mon, 14 Jul 2003 21:00:03 GMT
Page: , version: 24 on Mon Jul 14 20:59:14
2003 by CODonovan

+ !Load Testing Flow With JMeter
+ An [example|LoadTestingFlowWithJMeter] JMeter script for testing flow with continuations.

Page: , version: 1 on Mon
Jul 14 20:55:43 2003 by CODonovan

New page created:
+ [Apache JMeter|] can be used to test performance
of web sites amongst other things.
+ JMeter supports [Post-Processors|]
which can be used with regular expressions to extract data from a web servers response and
then used in the next request. We can use this feature to extract continuation id's enabling
us to load test Flow with Continuations.
+ The attached JMeter script provides an example of testing the calculator flow example. If
you use to run Cocoon in Jetty then the script is ready to go. Simply
start Jetty (cocoon.bat/sh servlet) and JMeter. Load the script into JMeter and select Run
-> Start from JMeters menu.
+ The example script is setup to test the XSP version of the calculator flow, to test the
Garbage version replace 'samples/flow/calc/' with 'samples/garbage/calc/' in each '* Request'
elements path.
+ If your test server is not on localhost port 8888 then you'll need to edit JMeter's 'HTTP
Request Defaults' element to reflect this. Also, if Cocoon is not deployed on your servers
root context you'll need to update all the '* Request' elements to reflect this.
+ The example script was built in and has only be tested on jakarta-jmeter-1.9.RC2. For more
information about using JMeter see the JMeter [User's Manual|]

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