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From Jeremy Arnold <>
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2003 16:18:42 GMT
    A couple of additional recommendations:  you might want to use a 
recent nightly build of JMeter rather than one of the released versions, 
as I made some significant changes in the JavaSamplerClient API recently 
that make it behave much more like you would expect it to.  I'm afraid 
that there isn't currently a lot of documentation for writing your own 
JavaSamplerClient implementation, but the JavaDoc for JavaSamplerClient 
and its related classes is pretty decent, and the sample implementation may 
also be helpful to you.


Bruno Dillenseger wrote:

> Like Mike said it, you have to write some code to do this - you must 
> provide a sampler by implementing interface 
> Compile and 
> jar the class you wrote, and put the Jar file in Jmeter's lib/ext 
> directory. In the GUI, add a "Java request" sampler to your thread 
> group and choose your class from the pop-up list.
> For more details, try to look at Jmeter's mail archive; there have 
> already been a number of messages about this point.
> -- Bruno.
> Jane Reilly a écrit:
>> Im new to JMETER, and am having dificulty setting it up.
>> I want to use it to test and compare a RMI based application and a 
>> Sockets based application.
>> My pc is running on windows xp.
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