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From Deepak Shetty <shet...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Is there a replace function in JMeter?
Date Tue, 09 Jun 2009 17:30:00 GMT
Beanshell can replace the file content (using java regexes) , however
>In each iteration for the same SOAP action I want to use
different SOAP data
Does the structure of your XML change or is just the value of some
element/attribute?
If the structure remains the same , then you are better of using a CSV data
set config and copying the structure into the SOAP sampler with vrariables
(which would either be from the CSV config or previously extracted
regards
deepak

On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 10:11 AM, QA Echo <qaecho@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a use case where I have a set of SOAP samplers in a For Each
> Controller. In each iteration for the same SOAP action I want to use
> different SOAP data. So I can have the data in different files instead of
> pasting the data in the SOAP Data section and include a counter in the
> filename such that for each iteration it uses a different filename for the
> same action.
> However some of the content in the data is dynamically generated by the
> previous SOAP actions. I cannot include variables in the content in the
> files, because they don't get resolved.
> So I was wondering if there is a replace function that will replace certain
> text from the input file with some other text. I am not familiar with
> BeanShell scripts, if this can be done with bean shell scripts.
>
> I think one way to get around this would be to put an Interleave or Random
> Controller inside the For Each Controller with as many samplers for the
> SOAP
> action as the number of different SOAP data that I want to use. But it's
> not
> ideal if I want to use many different SOAP data.
>
> Thanks.
>

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