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Subject Re: Exporting script to JMeter
Date Wed, 07 May 2003 16:47:37 GMT


I sent this exact problem back to through the BadBoy feedback channels..
Its a function that Bad Boy does not support yet.  I guess we'll have to be

Jim Weeks
SQA Analyst
360Commerce Inc.
Austin, Tx

<> wrote on 05/07/2003 11:43:00 AM:

> Hi all,

> I'm using JMeter 1.8.1 and Badboy 1.2(b12) on a Win XP system with JDK
> 1.3.1. I have successfully downloaded and used the 'ant-jmeter.jar'
> file to interface Ant with JMeter. When I create a test script using
> Badboy, I put assertions in place to verify text content of the page
> being viewed - nothing major. When I select the option to export the
> script to JMeter (Export to Jmeter...), the file is saved - however -
> the assertions I put in place are not present. When I run my Ant task
> to do a quick site check after a build, all tests will pass because no
> assertions were ever present within the converted .jmx file. I
> literally have to go into JMeter and add all assertions again.

> Is there a certain way to make sure that any assertions put in place are
> saved within the .jmx file when exported? Anyone else run into this
> issue? I'm not sure if this is related to Badboy or to JMeter, but any
> help would be greatly appreciated!

> Thanks,
> tsc

> Todd S. Canaday
> Instructor - Adjunct Faculty
> Herff College of Engineering
> The University of Memphis
> Memphis, TN  38152-3210
> Office 218A

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