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From Johan Känngård <>
Subject Re: Nested variables?
Date Wed, 14 Apr 2004 14:30:19 GMT
Thanks for your answer, Mike! Enabling/disabling a User Defined 
Variables element greatly decrease the time to swap between the 

 - Johan

Michael Stover wrote:

>Basically, no.  You can't parameterize the names of functions.  I'd
>think your best option would be to have multiple versions of a User
>Defined Variables element and swap them in and out of your tests.
>On Wed, 2004-04-14 at 07:04, Johan Känngård wrote:
>>I have been using JMeter for a couple of weeks, and it really rocks!!
>>Is it possible to have nested variables, like ${host_${environment}}, so 
>>that i can have a "User Defined Variables"-element like this:
>>or is there another way of acomplish this? Tried to search the archives, 
>>but I haven't found anyone with the same question.
>>The example above is very simple, but my setup is quite complex, since I 
>>am testing an HTTPS application in different environments, with 
>>different variables but the same "flow".
>>Off topic: Who Am I?
>>Johan Känngård, works in Stockholm, Sweden, IBM/Lotus developer since 
>>1997, knows things like Java, XML, XSL, CSS, JavaScript, LotusScript, 
>>VB.NET and C#. Among things I've created are  Log4LS 
>>(, a LotusScript port of Log4J and my 
>>DominoAppender , NotesExceptionRenderer and DominoConfigurator to use 
>>with Log4J and Domino.
>>Johan Känngård

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