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From Peter Lin <>
Subject Re: Using JMeter for Performance Testing Web Services built using J2EE architecture
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2005 03:13:48 GMT
you could extend the webservice sampler.

Apache soap takes attachments, so it's a matter of updating the GUI
and sampler class.

peter lin

On 6/15/05, Rangarajan Venkatesan <> wrote:
> Gentlemen,
>                   My team is planning to adopt JMeter for performance
> testing (and possibility regression testing) of a farm of Web Services
> built using J2EE architecture. Here is some details on the deployment,
> 1. Deployed as JSE (Servlet Endpoint)
> 2. Document/Literal as the message mode for communication and
> Request-Response message exchange pattern.
> 3. Soap Attachments will be used for input and output
> 4. Services will be deployed on Tomcat and Web Sphere 6.0
> 5. The client is going to be Java stand alone application.
> My questions are
> 1. How adaptive is JMeter to test the Web Services deployed in the
> environment mentioned above? Has anyone done this before? If so can
> you provide the details
> 2. I find that Web Service Request Sampler not fitting my needs since
> it doesn't support attachments. Am I correct in making this
> assumption.
> 3. If I do decide to use Web Service Request Sampler by extending it.
> Any suggestions on how to do this would be helpful.
> 4. It seems that Java Sampler, i.e extension of it catering to the
> project needs, is the best way to go. What are your thoughts on this.
> We have a very competent development team that has won may open source
> project challenges. We have decided to develop a framework for testing
> our applications. JMeter seems to be a good starting point. We would
> love contribute to the os community. Any guidance would be helpful.
> Thanks
> Ranga
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