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From "BAZLEY, Sebastian" <Sebastian.BAZ...@london.sema.slb.com>
Subject RE: JMeter :: TCP Programs :: Testing ['Watchdog': checked]
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2003 14:15:34 GMT
Another approach you could take (in the short-term at least) is to use the
BeanShell sampler.

You could write a beanshell script to talk to the applet.

The advantage of this is that you could even test the script outside JMeter
if you wanted.

The disadvantage is that it is more difficult to access objects outside the
sampler, and there is no IDE assistance.

Beanshell scripts are also not cached at present, so there would be the
overhead of compilation each time.

As a prototype, it might be very suitable, and you can then convert it into
an independent sampler, or extend one of the existing ones.

If you already have some code that talks to the applet, it should be pretty
easy to put that into a beanshell script.

S.


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