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From mike <>
Subject Re: Walking through my web site
Date Wed, 14 Mar 2001 00:19:42 GMT
There are a couple ways you can do this.  I'm assuming you're using JMeter 
1.5.1?  You can use the Advanced Http Controller and create three Test 
Samples.  The first should be your login page.  The next two are pages 2 and 
3.  If you now run, JMeter will repeatedly test login, 2, 3, login, 2, 3, 
etc.  Now, in the Test Sample setup, there is a checkbox labelled "once 
only", which you can check to indicate you want that test sample to run once 
and then be discarded from the test run.  If you select this for you login 
page, then the flow will be login, 2, 3, 2, 3, 2, 3, etc.  

Be sure cookies are enabled so that you maintain a session, and that should 
be all there is to it.

Hope that helps 


On Tuesday 13 March 2001 20:12, you wrote:
> Hi
> Im trying to test a site which has login and couple of screens that follow
> thru. Im getting some 503 errors intermitently so im using JMEter to test
> my whole site. It involves a login and some pages after that. I tried to
> test the login alone and I was able to test my scripts. But how do
> i maintain the flow of pages. What i mean, how do i tell JMeter to test the
> login and then go to page2 and then to page3. Do i have to implement any
> interfaces myself to do this. Pls let me know
> Thanks a million
> Raj
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