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From Jason Fisher <jfis...@ign.com>
Subject RE: Extending JMeter with a new generative controller
Date Fri, 27 Sep 2002 17:01:34 GMT
I dont know what that means, but it really doesnt matter for my intended
purpose.  I have the logs from a server that is getting hit tens of
thousands of times a day from many many different browsers, and it is that
load which I want to simulate on another, staging server.  So, recordng my
browser actions wouldn't really help me any.  Unless I misunderstand what
this component does.

Thanks,
Jason

P.S.  I've seen your name on the lists and it appears you certainly are an
expert.  Can you point me to the source for the HTTP Request Generative
Controller?  Looking at it would help me a lot.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Stover [mailto:mstover1@apache.org]
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2002 9:14 AM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: Extending JMeter with a new generative controller


Have you used the proxy recording component to record your browser actions?

-Mike

On 26 Sep 2002 at 18:42, Jason Fisher wrote:

> I want to create what I think would be a valuable tool for others as well.
> I would like to extend JMeter and create a Generative Controller that
reads
> an Apache log file and sends HTTP requests to a given host with the GET or
> POST params from the requests in the log file.  
> It would funtion just like the HTTP Request controller that comes with
> JMeter, except that instead of always calling the same URL it would always
> just read the next line of the log.  Instead of an input field for 'path'
it
> would have an input field for where to get the Apache log file to use.  
> This tool would allow me to re-simulate the exact requests made to a real
> server over the course of time.  I might even want to add another
component
> that causes the requests to be generated with the same relative frequency
as
> the requests in the logs.
> 
> My problem is that I am having trouble figuring out how to create this
> class.  I had a hunch that the HTTP Request generative controller was
likely
> a single java object somewhere, but I've perused the source quite a bit
and
> I can't see anything that would fit (I was hoping to maybe just bastardize
> that object a bit to save coding time).  
> Are the generative controllers that come with JMeter single java objects?
> If so, which ones are they?  Also, are there any good examples of how to
> something like what I want to do?  The developer's manual has some good
> information but the learning curve looks a bit steep to have to climb just
> to create this one simple class.  
> 
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> Thanks,
> Jason Fisher
> Software Engineer
> 



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