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From Abram Catalano <>
Subject Re: JDBC response assertions
Date Sat, 05 Jan 2008 02:17:01 GMT
So, digging into the class, I see:

Data data = getDataFromResultSet(rs);

Is there any way to get the "data" object into the "res" (SampleResult) 
object, so I can at least have beanshell access to the columns of the 
result set?

Full example below:

public SampleResult sample(Entry e) {

if (SELECT.equals(_queryType)) {
                stmt = conn.createStatement();
                ResultSet rs = null;
                try {
                    rs = stmt.executeQuery(getQuery());
                    Data data = getDataFromResultSet(rs);
                } finally {

How has noone else needed this?

Thanks in advance,

Abram Catalano wrote:
> Apologies in advance if this is obvious.  I crawled google and the 
> archives and didn't see what I needed.
> I have a JDBC sampler set up, and I want to make some assertions on 
> the rows' data returned.  I see that I can dump the JDBC response to a 
> file, and then subsequently iterate over the file, but that is not 
> getting me far enough.
> 1) I dont really want to use a file, I just want to iterate over the 
> jdbc reponse in memory.  They're small responses  (a few rows).  how?
> 2) One issue I am having is that some of the rows contain timestamps.  
> It appears any response data I see is "toString()"ing the data, so 
> timestamps just appear as their Java class/mem address  (e.g. 
> "oracle.sql.TIMESTAMP@1bb9f3f" )
> Is there some way to provide a row object (and some mapping code, 
> something like Spring's JdbcTemplate provides), and be able to iterate 
> over a list of row objects?  I need to do things like see if a 
> timestamp is within +- 5 seconds of what it should be.
> I haven't looked at BeanShell much yet.  I'd prefer some simple Java 
> code that validates/tests JDBC response data.  (e.g. boolean 
> verify(List<Row> response) )
> Also, if there is an easy extension point for JDBC response processing 
> (that takes a ResultSet as an argument), I'd be interested in writing 
> up some code to help out in this area.
> Thanks in advance.
> -Abram
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