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From "neetu kulshrestha" <navnee...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: JAVA REQUEST - ${__CSVRead and NEXT VALUE
Date Thu, 18 Oct 2007 05:13:33 GMT
as per my experience with jmeter. if I use loop then it always takes first
row but if I use threads then it takes the next value. Don't know if its by
design or a bug

On 10/4/07, Fulvio Guglielmelli <fulvio_guglielmelli@yahoo.it> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>   i have a JAVA REQUEST  class with parameter
>      a |  ${__CSVRead(try.csv,0)}
>   whei i run the test, into the java class it always read the first ROW of
> try.csv file.
>
> Into the log i saw jmeter read the next value i don't know how take it to
> be use.
>   I tried to use
>        a |  ${__CSVRead(try.csv,next)}
>      a |  ${__CSVRead(try.csv,next())}
>   or into the java class class
>        params.addArgument("a", "${__CSVRead(try.csv.csv,next())}");
>
>   but Jmeter return null value
>   I can make in  way
> 1) Using a loop Controller
> 2) Using a ${__counter(,)}
>   My problem is: HOW CAN  I PASS THE counter VALUE TO THE JAVA CLASS and
> use it in CSVRead?
>
>   Could you help me?
> FULVIO
>
>
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