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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Detail report
Date Wed, 29 Mar 2006 19:38:09 GMT
I'm not seeing the problem, but then my tests don't seem to be
creating the "./binary" nodes that are shown when the showData flag is

Can you mail me a short example (privately) please?

On 29/03/06, Travis Cooper <> wrote:
> If you look at the jmeter-results-detail-report.xsl file in the webpage
> I mentioned the fourth line says <xsl:param    name="showData"
> select="'N'"/> if you switch the N to a y then the style sheet will add
> a column on the failure detail report called response data.  This will
> display the response data if you have set
> in your
>  This response data is in essence a webpage.  On the
> report it just shows you the text that makes up the webpage, so instead
> of just displaying this text I would like the xsl file to save the text
> to a location with a .html extension and then just link to that file.
> This way if something fails there is a handy link to the response so it
> is easier to investigate what the problem was.  I am trying to read some
> xslt tutorials to find a way to do this, but I have never used xslt
> files before so it is taking awhile to do, so if anybody is familiar
> with them I could use some advice.
> Thanks,
> Travis J. Cooper
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sebb []
> Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2006 11:10 AM
> To: JMeter Users List
> Subject: Re: Detail report
> On 29/03/06, Travis Cooper <> wrote:
> > If anybody knows a lot about XSLT files I would love some help.  I
> > like the detail-report that can be downloaded from
> >  I would just like to add
> > one little thing to it.  I found that you can set an option to display
> What is this option?
> > what http response was generated based on your request, this is great
> > but it is just a huge line of text, which is actually a webpage.  So,
> > I want to find a way to save that information to a file and create a
> > hyperlink to that file in the response data field rather than the
> > actual text.  Any help would be appreciated.
> Do you mean that you have run a test which has saved the response to the
> JTL file?
> In which case, do you mean that you want to pre-process the JTL file to
> extract the response data into separate files, and replace the data with
> a link?
> I expect that is do-able; not sure I know exactly how.
> I think the Jakarta download CGI files may be generated this way, so
> perhaps that would give some ideas.
> Otherwise, perhaps you could use the Save Responses to a File
> Post-Processor instead; this will create a new file for each response.
> One would then just need to work out the file number to tie them
> together. Should be just a matter of adding one each time.
> ==
> It might be a neat idea for JMeter to be able to save the downloaded
> data separately from the rest anyway...
> S.
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