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From Fulvio Guglielmelli <fulvio_guglielme...@yahoo.it>
Subject Re: calculating the time using java request results.sampleStart results.sampleEnd
Date Thu, 07 Feb 2008 22:08:17 GMT
I know but i would like to know how is possbile
   
  Read the time calculated after the the 
       results.samplePause();
   
  and then, after the results.sampleResume() the new time value until the results.sampleEnd();
   
  is it possible ? 
  thanks
  Fulvio
   
  
sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com> ha scritto:
  On 07/02/2008, Fulvio Guglielmelli wrote:
> I have test with java request
> i user the following steps
>
> results.sampleStart();
> t1
> results.samplePause();
> ......
> results.sampleResume();
> t2
> results.sampleEnd();
>
> is possible have by java code the t1 and t2 time?

It's not stored by JMeter, but if you are writing your own code of
course you can do what you want.

> thanks
> Fulvio
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