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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problem using jmeter failureproperty from ant
Date Fri, 21 Aug 2009 15:27:12 GMT
On 21/08/2009, Baudouin <baudouin.dupont@ext.ec.europa.eu> wrote:
>
>  I am coming back to my previous message.
>  I am running a test where the result of an http request is a 403.
>  I have put the response assertion to Ignore status.
>  As a consequence, the http request is considered as a success. Just what I
>  wanted.
>  But when I call the jmeter test from ant, the "failureproperty" is set to
>  true, which is not what I want.

That sounds like an issue with the JMeter Ant task, which is a 3rd party add-on.

>  Here is the result of my jmeter test but again it is from ant that I am
>  having a problem and only when I use the ignore status
>
>  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
>  <testResults version="1.2">
>  <httpSample t="3120" lt="0" ts="1250857355452" s="true" lb="Get the Admin
>  zone" rc="200" rm="OK" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="27160">
>   <assertionResult>
>     <name>Login page response</name>
>     <failure>false</failure>
>     <error>false</error>
>   </assertionResult>
>   <httpSample t="2946" lt="2944" ts="1250857355452" s="true"
>  lb="https://ecasd.cc.cec.eu.int:7002/ecas-test/protected/admin" rc="303"
>  rm="ECAS Authentication Required" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text"
>  by="556"/>
>   <httpSample t="166" lt="129" ts="1250857358406" s="true"
>  lb="https://ecasd.cc.cec.eu.int:7002/cas/login?loginRequestId=ECAS_LR-1-XXeQLYsI9rJvTQrx5ZaH2j8KsUJ4WZgCVRX6FGGisN8-GluZLzzfxbHXsUHvzYml9SW-yztNlkkjnN8gA5YPv3aLBO"
>  rc="200" rm="OK" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="26048"/>
>  </httpSample>
>  <httpSample t="489" lt="485" ts="1250857358612" s="true" lb="Get wayf page"
>  rc="200" rm="OK" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="15645">
>   <assertionResult>
>     <name>Response Assertion</name>
>     <failure>false</failure>
>     <error>false</error>
>   </assertionResult>
>  </httpSample>
>  <httpSample t="363" lt="0" ts="1250857359104" s="true" lb="Post domain"
>  rc="200" rm="OK" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="24622">
>   <assertionResult>
>     <name>Response Assertion</name>
>     <failure>false</failure>
>     <error>false</error>
>   </assertionResult>
>   <httpSample t="132" lt="132" ts="1250857359104" s="true"
>  lb="https://ecasd.cc.cec.eu.int:7002/cas/wayf.do" rc="302" rm="Moved
>  Temporarily" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="511"/>
>   <httpSample t="231" lt="197" ts="1250857359236" s="true"
>  lb="https://ecasd.cc.cec.eu.int:7002/cas/login?loginRequestId=ECAS_LR-1-XXeQLYsI9rJvTQrx5ZaH2j8KsUJ4WZgCVRX6FGGisN8-GluZLzzfxbHXsUHvzYml9SW-yztNlkkjnN8gA5YPv3aLBO"
>  rc="200" rm="OK" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="23600"/>
>  </httpSample>
>  <httpSample t="9321" lt="0" ts="1250857359473" s="true" lb="Post user
>  credentials" rc="403" rm="Forbidden" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text"
>  by="16996">
>   <assertionResult>
>     <name>Login page response</name>
>     <failure>false</failure>
>     <error>false</error>
>   </assertionResult>
>   <assertionResult>
>     <name>Login page response</name>
>     <failure>false</failure>
>     <error>false</error>
>   </assertionResult>
>   <httpSample t="2582" lt="2582" ts="1250857359473" s="true"
>  lb="https://ecasd.cc.cec.eu.int:7002/cas/login" rc="303" rm="See Other"
>  tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="432"/>
>   <httpSample t="6738" lt="6700" ts="1250857362056" s="false"
>  lb="https://ecasd.cc.cec.eu.int:7002/ecas-test/protected/admin?ticket=ECAS_ST-0-nn8IXmNVB6yct06S2kcuiCwQ6sln47zUECq0MA3HiuU-GluZLzzfxbHXsUHvzYml9SW-g65QgpVMZLrUWTGzWRQp8y"
>  rc="403" rm="Forbidden" tn="TC-ECASTEST-005 1-1" dt="text" by="16132"/>
>  </httpSample>
>
>  </testResults>
>
>
>
>
>  Baudouin wrote:
>  >
>  > In one of my jmeter tests, I have a request which returns a 403.
>  > Within the jMeter GUI interface I checked the "Ignore Status" check box.
>  > As a consequence, the result is shown in red in the "View results tree"
>  > object but the test is still ok because of the "Ignore Status" being
>  > checked.
>  > Now, I run the same test from ant by calling the jmeter task together with
>  > the "failureproperty". In this case, it seems that the "Ignore Status" is
>  > not being taken into account.  The result is that my cruise control
>  > calling the jmeter tests receives the "failureporperty" set to true which
>
> > is not what I would like to receive.  I would like the same result as the
>  > GUI part which says that the result of the test is ok.
>  >
>  > Any idea of what I could do?
>  >
>
>
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