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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Error notifications in the result report
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2007 12:22:33 GMT
It seems to me that the samples which don't match the desired RE have
failed, so I would use an Assertion instead of the Post-Processor.

You can then count the successes and failures in the XSL processing.

However, if you don't want to do that:

The Java Request sampler can be used to generate samples with almost
any content you want; this could be used instead of an invalid HTTP

The check you are doing is more on the lines of an Assertion, except
that the Assertion depends on multiple previous samples, not just the
last one.

You could probably use the BeanShell assertion to do this.
It could count the number of failures, and flag the last sample as an
assertion failure if the count is < 10.

On 26/10/2007, Dmitry Kudrenko <> wrote:
> Greetings, JMeter community!
> I start my jmx plans from command line and it writes result in jtl
> file. Then I build html report using xsl transforming. I have several
> logical events in my test plan and want to receive notification in my
> result report.
> For example I have plan similar with the following:
> -Loop
> --HTTP Request
> ---Timer (1sec)
> ---RE Extractor (can extract message if it is in the response)
> --if (isMessageReceived)
> ---messageCounter++;
> -if (messageCounter < 10)
> --Error ! (I want to show this error in the result report)
> I send HTTP Request using wrong host name (for example: unknown host),
> set HTTP Request name to error description and receive this error in my
> result report.
> Seems it is wrong approach. Can somebody give me advice what should I
> do for getting error notifications in my report?
> Thank you.
> --
> Regards,
> Dmitry Kudrenko
> ARDAS group
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