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From "Harinath Mallepally" <>
Subject RE: Recording problem
Date Wed, 24 May 2006 12:50:21 GMT

You need to use parameterization for you're the request parameters.

Possible solutions are:

Use "User Parameters"
Use "CSV files" (Thread group ->add->config element ->CSV data set) give the CSV
file name (comma separated values) and the field names in the csv file.

Example: Filename -  input_data.csv
Variable Names  - fieldname1,fieldname2,fieldname3

Now go to your http request which needs parameterization.

Give the value as ${fieldname1}

Suppose if you run your request only once, then it takes the first row of the csv file and
the first value of that row will be replaced for the ${fieldname1}

Did u get some input now?

-----Original Message-----
From: Kimmo Eloluoto []
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 5:18 PM
Subject: Recording problem


I'm a new user of JMeter. I'm testing Java based application and trying to use JMeter to clarify
the response times.

But now I have a little problem. I'm recording (with proxy) a case where user retrieves information
from the database.

Request parameters are sent (and recorded) ok, but if I change query parameters a little bit,
and executing query process again, JMeter change latter request parameters also to the already
recorded sampler?

So how I can 'freeze' recorded samplers so that latter recorded sampler do not affect the
first ones?

Thanks for any help!

I'm sorry for my English...


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