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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: BeanShellFunction.bshrc not picked up
Date Thu, 22 Jun 2006 12:59:14 GMT
Good point.

It might be best if BeanShell tried the current directory first, and
then tried the JMeter bin directory if the file was not found - i.e.
no need for a different syntax.

Perhaps you could create a Bugzilla enhancement?

S.
On 22/06/06, martin.2.west@bt.com <martin.2.west@bt.com> wrote:
> If I call jmeter from outside the jmeter bin directory the
> BeanShellFunction.bshrc is not picked up from the jmeter bin directory.
> If I copy BeanShellFunction.bshrc to the directory from which I am
> invoking jmeter it does pick it up. So I guess the
> beanshell.function.init property has to be an absolute or is there a way
> to specify something like
>
> Beanshell.function.init=${JMETER_HOME}/bin/BeanShellFunctions.bshrc
>
> Thanks
>
> Martin West
> 01252 778772
>
>
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