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From "Mike Stover" <>
Subject Re: can we use to test jmeter for the below architecture
Date Fri, 11 Apr 2003 16:07:45 GMT
If you applet makes normal HTTP requests, JMeter can simulate them.


On 11 Apr 2003 at 15:27, vijay wrote:

> Hi Mike ,
> I would like to know if we could use Jmeter to test the following apps and
> also can we use the Proxy server reccording for capturing requests from the
> Applet.
> ______----
> ASL is implemented using the Oracle three-tier architecture, which consists
> of the following components :-
> Oracle Database Server
> The database server runs the Oracle 8i database, which contains the data and
> a portion of the application logic.
> Oracle Internet Application Server
> The Internet Application Server contains the bulk of the application logic,
> and runs the Oracle iAS product, which consists of the following key
> components :-
> Oracle HTTP Server, which provides Web listening services, using the Apache
> Web server technology
> Oracle Forms Services, consisting of a Forms Listener Servlet and Forms
> Server Runtime process :-
> The Forms Listener Servlet is a Java servlet which manages the creation of a
> Forms Server Runtime process for each client, and subsequently manages the
> network communications between them.
> The Forms Server Runtime process executes the application logic
> On the client tier, Oracle Forms Services consists of a thin Java-based
> Forms client (Java applet) that provides the user interface for the runtime
> engine, and Oracle JInitiator, a Java plug-in that provides the ability to
> specify the use of a specific Java virtual machine on the client. When a
> user submits a URL to launch an Oracle Forms-based application, the Web
> listener accepts the request and downloads the Oracle Forms applet to the
> user's browser. Then the Oracle Forms applet establishes a connection to the
> Oracle Forms Server Runtime process. All processing takes place between the
> Oracle Forms client applet and the Oracle Forms Services processes,
> seamlessly handling any queries or commits to the database. The client sends
> HTTP requests and receives HTTP responses from the web listener.
> Rgs
> Vijay

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