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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Storing Jmeter Results in a database
Date Sun, 10 Aug 2008 22:55:41 GMT
This is really a question for the user list; cc'ed

There is currently no way to store the results in a database directly
from JMeter.

However, many database implementations include a tool to load table
data from flat files, so you could add a script to copy the data to
the database after the run has completed.

Or you could write a BeanShell Listener which uses JDBC to store the data.
[Or indeed, a BSF PostProcessor].

On 29/07/2008, chuesgen <> wrote:
>  Hi All,
>  Is there a way of storing results from a Jmeter test run in a database?  I
>  have seen posts that show how to store in an .csv but what I would like to
>  persist the data over time to see trends.  Would also be very useful to be
>  able to query the db to create report and what not.
>  Thanks,
>  Chad
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