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Subject Re: User Interface response time plugin
Date Mon, 05 Feb 2007 09:55:19 GMT
Aaron ,

As Sebb said, the solution is to capture the communication between the
browser and the server via a JMeter proxy.  Although you might think of
AJAX as being different to 'normal' browser traffic, the web server sees
it as being identical.  So, once you have captured the requests that are
being sent via AJAX you can replicate them and time them as you would
other page load.  We at Project-Network do it all the time.

As well as the wiki and other JMeter help, you can check out
nerds-central and
both of which I wrote to get our team members started on this sort of thing.



On Sun, 2007-02-04 at 23:08 +0000, wrote:

> Hi All,
> I'm using Jmeter to test a UI which submits information via a form and
> displays the results in multiple frames within an HTML page which has
> ajax embedded in the HTML pages to only make requests to the server for
> information when necessary.    
> I'm wondering if there is any way for me to capture the actual time it
> takes for the full page to load in the browser, versus the time it
> takes for the client to receive the response? Are these considered the
> same in means of response time?  Also is there a way for me to capture
> the time it takes teach Ajax request to respond?     
> Google hasn't been much help in finding the answers to these questions
> so I'm turning to the group for help.
> Thanks in advance,
> Aaron 
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