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From porobashi <poroba...@rocketmail.com>
Subject RE: how to use "CSV Data Set Config" to take input from file
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2009 21:09:02 GMT

Thanks. I added debug sampler. After running test again, now in results tree
its showing me response data, and they look correct. same as CSV file data. 

so, what might be the reason its not getting registered(not going into
Database)????



Steve Kapinos wrote:
> 
> Then you probably haven't configured your sampler correctly.
> 
> Adding a debug sampler at the stage where your sampler is, and you can
> see the state of all variables at that time in the view results from
> tree.
> 
> If your variables were wrong.. you'd see jmeter send the actual variable
> text... like  ${something}
> 
> Add the debug sampler, look at your variable values.  That will tell you
> if the CSV reader is working.  If the variables are fine there, but not
> in your sampler, the sampler is populated wrong.
> 
> Remember that variables are case sensitive.
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: porobashi [mailto:porobashi@rocketmail.com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 3:26 PM
> To: jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: Re: how to use "CSV Data Set Config" to take input from file
> 
> 
> I think JMeter is not reading data from my csv file. In the request
> field
> (for all 3 users) its showing same data, which I used to record the
> pages in
> BadBoy. Since that record got into database when I was recording, and
> its
> send same input again, my server is saying 'no, we already have that
> email
> in our account'. So, how to make JMeter read data from my CSV file???
> 
> 
> 
> 
> sebb-2-2 wrote:
>> 
>> Use Save Response to a File and load the file using a browser.
>> 
>> On 28/01/2009, porobashi <porobashi@rocketmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>  added 'view results tree', for registration page, on response data
> tab
>>> its
>>>  showing "Response too large to be displayed. Size: 288676 > Max:
>>> 204800".
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>  Steve Kapinos wrote:
>>>  >
>>>  > Add 'view results tree' listeners so you can watch what the sent
> data
>>>  > and response data is to the server.
>>>  >
>>>  > Then you'll have to debug what your form wants and what its
> responding
>>>  > to you.
>>>  >
>>>  > -----Original Message-----
>>>  > From: porobashi [mailto:porobashi@rocketmail.com]
>>>  > Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 1:27 PM
>>>  > To: jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>>  > Subject: Re: how to use "CSV Data Set Config" to take input from
> file
>>>  >
>>>  >
>>>  > i recorded web-pages using BadBoy software. then exported to
> JMeter.
>>>  > added
>>>  > CSV File configuration module. entered filename, field names
> separated
>>>  > by
>>>  > commas. tried for 3 users. ran it, no error is Aggregate Report,
> but i
>>>  > don't
>>>  > see any entry in database for the registration.
>>>  >
>>>  > few days ago, i used BadBoy(to record and then used JMeter) in a
>>> similar
>>>  > way
>>>  > to test other forms and that worked. previously form data was same
> for
>>>  > all
>>>  > users, so I didn't had to do any other configuration.
>>>  >
>>>  > any thoughts???
>>>  >
>>>  >
>>>  >
>>>  > Noel O'Brien wrote:
>>>  >>
>>>  >> The number of concurrent users is controlled by he number of
> threads
>>>  > you
>>>  >> configure in the Thread Group module.
>>>  >>
>>>  >> CVS Data Set Config module will load one line of a CSV file for
> each
>>>  >> thread,
>>>  >> so create a CSV file with at least as many entries as threads.
>>>  >>
>>>  >> Then you can add a HTTP Request sampler, specify the protocol as
>>> HTTPS
>>>  > and
>>>  >> fill in the rest of the necessary data
>>>  >>
>>>  >> Don't forget to add a listener (e.g. View Results Tree) so that
> you
>>>  > can
>>>  >> see
>>>  >> what's going on
>>>  >>
>>>  >> Regards,
>>>  >> Noel
>>>  >>
>>>  >> On Wednesday 28 January 2009 17:23:57 porobashi wrote:
>>>  >>> I am trying to load test our registration page. I am not limited
> on
>>>  >>> users,
>>>  >>> but will start with 10-20 users.
>>>  >>>
>>>  >>> I will like to enter only required fields value.
>>>  >>>
>>>  >>> My page is https, I will use BadBoy to record the page. Then I
> need
>>>  > to
>>>  >>> add
>>>  >>> "CSV Data Set Config" to the thread group, right? How to go from
>>>  > there?
>>>  >>>
>>>  >>> Thanks
>>>  >>>
>>>  >>> Noel O'Brien wrote:
>>>  >>> > What kind of testing (functional, load)?
>>>  >>> > Are you limited to a set of login data (e.g. 20 users)
>>>  >>> >
>>>  >>> > Regards,
>>>  >>> > Noel
>>>  >>> >
>>>  >>> > On Wednesday 28 January 2009 16:56:55 porobashi wrote:
>>>  >>> >> please help me out guys.
>>>  >>> >>
>>>  >>> >> porobashi wrote:
>>>  >>> >> > hi all,
>>>  >>> >> >
>>>  >>> >> > i am trying to test a sign-in(registration) form.
hence, i
> need
>>>  > to
>>>  >>> use
>>>  >>> >> > different data for each submission. i think using
"CSV Data
> Set
>>>  >>> >> > Config" would be the easiest route. i need your help
to
> give me
>>>  > a
>>>  >>> >> > step-by-step example on "CSV Data Set Config" using.
all
> fields
>>>  > are
>>>  >>> >> > not mandatory
>>>  >>> >>
>>>  >>> >> for
>>>  >>> >>
>>>  >>> >> > the form, is there way to only entering mandatory
fields???
>>>  >>> >> >
>>>  >>> >> > please help me out ASAP.
>>>  >>> >> >
>>>  >>> >> > thanks in advance.
>>>  >>> >
>>>  >>> >
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