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From Rinke Heida <rinke.he...@aris.nl>
Subject Re: Survey
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2005 08:57:21 GMT

>I would like to ask the users of JMeter if anyone uses JMeter to run
>automated tests. If you do, how do you structure your directories and files?
>Would do people imagine using a reporting tool? If you do use jmeter for
>automated tests, can take a minute to answer these questions.
>
>1. how often do you run the automated tests?
>  
>
About 4 times a year

>2. how do you structure the files?
>  
>
<project>\
   data\
      <version>_<testdate>\
         input\
            userNR.dat
            weekNR.dat
            etc.
         log\
            err.log
            run.log
            A1_1.html (response with errors)
         report\
            resp_u<NrOfThreads>.xls (responses)
            stat_u<NrOfThreads>.xls (min, max, mean etc per request of 
10 runs)
            diff_u<NrOfThreads>.xls (difference with older version)
            totl.xls (total report with stats and diffs on testplan level)
         output\
            <testplancode>_u<NrOfThreads>.jtl (csv output)
            A_u10.jtl
            etc.
   log\ (temporary log directory is copied afterwards to <version> log.
   prg\
      bat\ (startup scripts for JMeter and setting variables)
      ini\ (jmeter ini file)
      jmx\
         <testplancode>.jmx
         A.jmx
         B.jmx
         etc.

>3. do you use a naming convention for the directories and files?
>  
>
The version of the webapp and the testdate are the name of a 
subdirectory in which all input and output is stored (in subdirectories).
The testplans are named A to O.

>4. how many test plans do you run?
>  
>
15 testplans in which 4 testplans are used for 3 configurations of the 
webapplication (makes total of 23 different tests)

>5. which listeners do you use to save the results
>  
>
Simple data writer to log errors only.
Aggregate report, View Results Tree and Assertion Result in GUI mode 
(building testplan and checking errors etc.)
-l <resultlog> on commandline.

Not a listener but very usefull is save failed responses only (a pity 
only that it saves in the JMeter bin directory).

>6. what kinds of charts and graphs do you want?
>  
>
None at this moment, we only determine differences between two versions 
of the webapplication whith a custom build VB/Excel app.

>thanks in advance.
>
>
>peter lin
>  
>
Rinke Heida

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