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From Michal Kostrzewa <m.kostrz...@pentacomp.com.pl>
Subject Re: Re:Re: Please Help Me
Date Tue, 18 Jan 2005 12:47:28 GMT
Dnia 18-01-2005, wto o godzinie 17:30 +0530, kali.v@net-kraft.com
napisaƂ(a):
> Hi peter,
>    Thanks for your response,
> Request for a single page means we can set Thread count to 50,
> But in an application, there can be any number of request for many pages.In
> that case to Load test different pages, whether we need to create that many
> number of HTTP Request.
> 
Typicaly you create one or several scenarios - forcing jmeter to mimic
user's behaviour. Then run these scenarios in multiple threads
simulating multiple users using the application. Of course, if you have
some kind of flow in the application (usually you have) there will be
multiple requests in one scenario. You can use proxy recording (see
jmeter's manual) to allow jmeter to capture requests you are generating
from a web browser by just using the application.

best regards,
Michal Kostrzewa


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