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From "Michael Chandler" <>
Subject RE: new to jmeter
Date Wed, 04 Aug 2004 19:39:02 GMT
I discovered that right after I sent this email. It helps immensely.
Thanks for the reply. I now need to find out how to go from a logon page
to another page that assumes I am logged on and retrieve data from
Mysql, i.e. purchase history using the logon info from the first page.
The logon is instantiated with a bean. I tried putting the second http
request as a child but it doesn't appear to be hitting the second page.
It seems that once the http request has ran the session is no longer
open. Your help is appreciated. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Lin [] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 1:31 PM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: new to jmeter

In jmeter, there's listeners, which allow you to view the results in a
table or in a tree. Add view results in a tree to view the response
data sent by the server. does that help?


On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 12:41:33 -0600, Michael Chandler
<> wrote:
> I want to set up a test to do this: Hit a web page, logon (handled by
> java script), logon to a Mysql database, and know that the username I
> sent to the page is actually getting data back. I need to see what the
> response is for a large amount of data. I set up a test plan but don't
> really know what I'm getting back. All I see is that I'm hitting the
> pages successfully and getting a database connection but can't tell if
> I'm logged on as the user and retrieving his data. I've read most of
> help file but I guess "I'm not understanding" it. I can attach the
> if you would like.
> Confused and getting more so by the minute.....................

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