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From "Joseph Ribin Roy" <>
Subject RE: Multiple Files Upload in single HTTP Request
Date Wed, 09 Jan 2008 07:36:38 GMT

Check this out

-----Original Message-----
From: sidhik []
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 12:13 PM
Subject: Re: Multiple Files Upload in single HTTP Request


sorry, this is not reply ,rather i have to ask u ..
How u had upload 1 file in Jmeter , bcoz i m unable to do so
 waiting for reply

S R wrote:
> Hello,
> Jmeter Version: 2.1.1 on windows
> Application Server: OC4J 10.1.3
> Application Server OS: SunOS 5.8
> In the Thread group there are have saveral HTTP
> Requests setup.
> Now for one of my test case i have to upload multiple
> files (2 files) to the server as one HTTP Request.
> Where as there is option for only one file which can
> be uploaded.
> Need help around Loading multiple files within one
> HTTP Request.
> Thanks
> Salman
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