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From socio_pal <socio_...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Calculating the values for Ramp Up Period
Date Tue, 21 Nov 2006 23:17:41 GMT

Hi:
Yes, I have set the "Recycle on EOF" to false already. I have see which
combination works fine for me. No Clue at the moment :-(

Thanks


sebb-2 wrote:
> 
> On 21/11/06, socio_pal <socio_pal@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi:
>>
>> My test plan looks like the one below:
>>
>> Thread Group
>>     JDBC Connection Configuration
>>     CSV Data File
>>       IF Controller (If variable != EOF)
>>         Transaction Controller
>>             JDBC Request1
>>             JDBC Request2
>>             JDBC Request3
>>             JDBC Request4
>>          Simple Controller
>>             JDBC Request5
>>          few Listeners
>>
>> I have a CSV file with 1000 rows. I have a case, where I just need the
>> test
>> case to run until it reaches the End Of File. I don't want the test case
>> to
>> pick up the first row of data from the CSV file and execute it the second
>> time.
> 
> Set "Recycle on EOF ?" to False.
> 
>> If it does then I get a  "unique constraint" error. Is there an easy
>> way to come up with the Thread number, Ramp Up Period and Loop count for
>> such a case? Please help.
> 
> The easiest is probably to set the thread count to 1, and loop count to
> 1000.
> 
> Or any combination with a product of 1000.
> 
> If the OS provides the capability, you could provide one and calculate
> the other, and then define them as properties which are passed in on
> the command line.
> 
> 
> S.
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