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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Bad test name reported by listeners
Date Mon, 13 Jun 2005 12:39:49 GMT
Sounds like a bug.

I suggest you create a Bugzilla issue for this, and attach a short
test plan that shows the problem, along with the full jmeter.log and
jtl output file.

S.
On 6/13/05, PiRanha <PiR_94@ifrance.com> wrote:
> As you may have guessed, the subject of my previous post was erroneous :
> It should be "Bad test name reported by listeners" instead of "Bad test name
> reported by samplers".
> 
> Regards
> PiRanha
> 
> "PiRanha" wrote :
> > Hello,
> >
> > I regurarly have a problem with the names of tests that are reported by
> > listeners.
> > For the moment I didn't manage to clearly identify a scenario and a Test
> > Plan scheme for reproducing it systematically :(
> > However the behaviour I sometimes observe is the following one :
> >
> > Consider the following test plan :
> > Test Plan
> > |----- Thread Group (looping infinitely)
> >           |----- Random or Interleave Controller
> >                     |----- SOAP XML/RPC Sampler 1
> >                     |----- SOAP XML/RPC Sampler 2
> >                     |----- SOAP XML/RPC Sampler 3
> >                     |----- SOAP XML/RPC Sampler 4
> >                     |----- HTTP Header Manager (Authorization header +
> empty
> > soapaction header)
> >                     |----- Agregate Report
> >                     |----- Results Table
> >                     |----- Results Tree
> >           |----- Java Sampler (sleep request)
> >           |----- User Defined Variables 1
> >           |----- User Defined Variables 2
> >
> > The first time "SOAP XML/RPC Sampler 1" is launched I get its correct name
> > in the listeners reports.
> > Next times I get "User Defined Variables 1" as the name for "SOAP XML/RPC
> > Sampler 1".
> >
> > Did someone experienced the same issue ?
> > Is it a known bug ?
> >
> > Remark :
> > I checked that when the problem occurs the name is also wrong in the
> output
> > file optionnaly generated by the listeners.
> >
> > Regards.
> 
> 
> 
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