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From "Brian Lundell" <blund...@timeindustrial.com>
Subject RE: __CSVRead always reads the same file.
Date Tue, 24 Jun 2003 23:58:51 GMT
Hey,

I've tried a number of things using __CSVRead and _SFF and I'm very close to having this complete.
 I do have a question about CSVRead and why it's not working the way I understand that it
should.  The request below, in my understanding, should read the first column of the second
line of file1.csv, but it doesn't.  It reads the first column of the first line.  Note: this
is an XML-RPC Request.

${__CSVRead(file1.csv, next())}
${__CSVRead(file1.csv, next())}
<test>${__CSVRead(file1.csv,0)}</test>

Any explanations as to why this is happening would be appreciated.

Thanks again,
Brian



-----Original Message-----
From: peter lin [mailto:jmw00lfel@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 1:04 PM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: RE: __CSVRead always reads the same file.



hi brian,
 
I think sebastian's message explains it.  unfortunately, Apache soap drivers uses soap formatting,
so your servlet doesn't like it.  if you post the eror you get I can look into it when I have
time and see if I can tweak the sampler to work with XML-RPC also.
 
 
peter lin
 

Brian Lundell <blundell@timeindustrial.com> wrote:
I'm using a SOAP/XML-RPC Sampler. Is this my problem? I tried using the Webservice sampler
when I started using 1.9RC2 but it didn't work for me. I assumed it was because we're not
SOAP compliant, but it could be that I was using it wrong. We're just sending XML so a server.
If _StringFromFile would work with the Webservice Sampler, I could use it instead. I can change
my data files quickly to any format that's convenient. Thanks again for the help.

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: peter lin [mailto:jmw00lfel@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 11:42 AM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: __CSVRead always reads the same file.



hi brian,

are you using SOAP/XML-RPC sampler or the new webservice sampler. I'm guessing webservice
sampler, since the older XML-RPC sampler doesn't take file.

patching it to take comma separated file should be fairly easy. I did post/attach a patch
to the webservice sampler in bugzilla that takes a directory containing multiple xml messages.

when I get home I'll send ya a link, since the patches aren't in the nightly yet. the directory
path option results in random selection of XML messages.



peter lin


Brian Lundell wrote:
Hi,

I'm having a problem with using __CSVRead in a loop. Here is the construct I am using:

|--- Loop Controller (set to run twice)
|--- XMLSampler
|--- RegExExtractor to get ParameterThatWorks
|--- Interleave Controller
|--- Request1 (Accesses File1.xml)
|--- Request2 (Accesses File2.xml)

Request1 is as follows:
${__CSVRead(File1.xml,next())}

${__CSVRead(File1.xml,0)}${ParameterThatWorks}${__CSVRead(File1.xml,1)}


Request2 is identical, but contains File2.xml for File1.xml

The problem I am having is that both times through the loop, the values from File1.xml are
being sent, not File1.xml and then File2.xml (which is what I want).
I have tried a few different constructs to accomplish, but with the same results every time.

I'd gladly appreciate any suggestions on how to do this.

Thank you!
Brian




Brian Lundell, Quality Assurance Specialist


Time Industrial, Inc.
An Outsourced Contractor Time and Cost Tracking Service.
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