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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: using regex with beanshell
Date Wed, 02 Aug 2006 10:19:26 GMT
I think you can achieve the same result by using the RE Assertion:

Assistment: \((\d+)\)

S
On 01/08/06, Yanroy <rmeador@wpi.edu> wrote:
>
> Actually, yes, just moments ago I finally came up with a solution.  The code
> isn't very pretty (I suspect beanshell never is), but it does what I need it

No uglier than Java ;-)

> to do.  Hopefully it'll help you too.  I use the java regex library to parse
> the result of a jmeter sampler.  This code is what I typed into a beanshell
> assertion element in jmeter:
>
> import java.util.regex.*;
>
> String pStr = ".*?Assistment: \\((\\d+?)\\).*";
> print("Regex Pattern: " + pStr);
> Pattern idPattern = Pattern.compile(pStr, Pattern.UNIX_LINES |
> Pattern.DOTALL);
> Matcher idMatcher =
> idPattern.matcher(SampleResult.getResponseDataAsString());
> boolean matched = idMatcher.matches();
>
> if (matched) {
> print("Matched ID: " + idMatcher.group(1));
> }
> else {
> print("didn't match id");
> Failure = true;
> FailureMessage = "Couldn't extract ID from question";
> }
>
> [end code]
>
> This matches the string "Assistment: (2100)" and extracts 2100 from it (or
> any other number).  That string is embedded in the HTML of a page.  I
> specify the UNIX_LINES flag to the regex because I'm using linux... idk if
> it's really necessary.  Also, you'll note the plethora of backslashes...
> this is because the java/beanshell compiler escapes the backslash characters
> once, then the regex engine does it again.  Of course, this code doesn't do
> anything useful other than fail the assertion if it couldn't find the
> number.  Have fun with it.
>
> Ryan
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