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From sreelesh <ksreel...@aalayance.com>
Subject Re: testing webapplication
Date Tue, 01 Mar 2005 14:34:05 GMT
Amogh Phatak wrote:

>Hi Sreelesh,
>
>This is possible using JMeter. 
>
>Using a "Loop Controller" and single or multiple threads, hit the page
>as hard as possible (0 delay between consecutive requests). You can
>watch the response time and throughput (requests/minute) graph directly
>using the "Graph Results" listener. 
>
>-Amogh
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: sreelesh [mailto:ksreelesh@aalayance.com] 
>Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 9:57 PM
>To: JMeter Users List; lportal-development@lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: testing webapplication
>
>Hi
>
>i m testing a web application
>
>We need a graph which shows # of hits per
>second vs Response Time.  we need to increase # of hits per sec until
>response time flattens.
>
>Can we do this with jmeter
>
>
>
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hey
how can we do this for dynamic pages
eg:
to calculate time required to login


(login page to home page)


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