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From "Carsten Sensler" <...@cauni.de>
Subject AW: [Summary of reporting tool approach]
Date Fri, 02 Dec 2005 09:56:58 GMT
Dear Peter,

can you explan how your reporting tool works? I'd like to use it, but i
doesn't know how it works and how i can use it für my specific JMeter
testscripts.

Thank you.

Best regards,
Carsten

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Peter Lin [mailto:woolfel@gmail.com]
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 2. November 2005 18:08
> An: jmeter-user
> Betreff: [Summary of reporting tool approach]
> 
> first off, thanks to everyone that responded. It really did help. Based on
> the feedback, I'm thinking of going with the current approach for the
> reporting tool.
> 
> Sample directory structure:
> 
> - myDirectory
> - test plans (containing jmx files)
> - data (used in test plans)
> - logs ( containing jtl files)
> 
> 
> Going with the KISS approach, I'm considering the following approach.
> 
> 1. the report plan provides a base directory for users to enter. for
> example, users would put "myDirectory/logs/" for the base directory
> 2. the reporting tool will load all the .jtl files in a given directory.
> It
> will not recursively scan sub directories and pick up the .jtl files in
> sub
> directories
> 3. the reporting tool will use the first timestamp in the .jtl file to
> determine the date the test was performed
> 4. the reporting tool will assume a single .jtl file contains the results
> that should be considered 1 test run
> 5. the basic structure of the reporting tool is currently the following:
> 
> report plan
> - report page
> - report table1
> - chart1
> - report table2
> - chart2
> - report page2
> - report table3
> - chart3
> 
> I'm still open to ideas, but hopefully this will generate some discussion
> and feedback.
> 
> peter lin


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