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From Mike Lindsey <mi...@ticketweb.com>
Subject Re: Trying to use the Regular Expression Extractor
Date Wed, 27 Aug 2003 16:59:31 GMT
Ah!  thanks.  I had both jakarta-oro-2.0.1.jar and 
jakarta-oro-2.0.7.jar....  I whiped the directory and reinstalled and it 
doesn't error out now.

mstover1@apache.org wrote:
> I have the exact same setup and I don't get this problem.  Can you 
> tell me the specs of your jakarta-oro jar?  What's the full name of it, 
> the size in bytes?  (Should be in your /lib dir)
> 
> -Mike
> 
> On 26 Aug 2003 at 16:55, Mike Lindsey wrote:
> 
> 
>>Yea, this is the same problem I'm having.  What java version are you 
>>running, what OS?
>>
>>I'm running j2se 1.4.2 on windows xp; jmeter 1.9.1 (upgraded 
> 
> from 1.9 
> 
>>and 1.8)...
>>
>>Don Dehm wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Thank you.  That will probably help after I get past this step.  I 
> 
> am
> 
>>>unable to get past this page.  I need to provide more detail.
>>>
>>>Here is the current test plan.
>>>-- cookie manager
>>>-- results tree
>>>-- Loop Controller
>>>----/html request
>>>----/html request
>>>------(Regexp Extractor)
>>>
>>>Without the Regexp Extractor, the result tree looks like this.
>>>-- result 1
>>>-- result 2
>>>----result 2a
>>>
>>>result 2a includes the following:
>>>. <frameset rows="152,*" frameborder="NO" border="0" 
> 
> framespacing="0"
> 
>>>cols="*">
>>>  <frame name="projectIcons" scrolling="NO" noresize
>>>src="projectIcons.jsp?projectId=2917&r=-1103423276" >
>>>  <frame name="marklist"
>>>src="marktree.jsp?projectId=2917&r=-643505401">.
>>>
>>>I added the regexp extractor:
>>>Reference Name: pid
>>>Regular Expression: projectId=([0-9]*)
>>>Template $1$
>>>Match No: 1
>>>Default Value: hello
>>>
>>>With the regexp extractor the result tree looks like this:
>>>-- result 1
>>>
>>>Result 2 and 2a do not even show in the tree, and I get this 
> 
> exception:
> 
>>>Java.lang.NoSuchMethodError:
>>>
> 
> org.apache.oro.text.regex.Unitl.split(LJava/util/Collection;Lorg/apac
> he/
> 
> oro/text/regex/PatternMatcher;Lorg/apache/oro/text/regex/Pattern;L
> java/l
> 
>>>ang/String;)V
>>>	at
>>>
> 
> org.apache.jmeter.extractor.RegexExtractor.initTemplate(RegexExt
> ractor.j
> 
>>>ava:155)
>>> 	at
>>>
> 
> org.apache.jmeter.extractor.RegexExtractor.process(RegexExtract
> or.java:5
> 
>>>9)
>>>.
>>>
>>>Of course, I am under the gun on this one, but we have all 
> 
> been there.
> 
>>>I would be grateful for any further direction.


-- 
Mike Lindsey
"They're all the same speed with the power off."


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