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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: kmeter usage for form testing
Date Fri, 04 Dec 2009 17:04:11 GMT
All problems of this class answered by
essentially Compare browser(livehttpheaders, fiddler) to Jmeter(view results
tree listener) , add assertions to your tests to see where it fails...


On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 6:25 AM, Oguz Yarimtepe <> wrote:

> I was trying to test my simple PHP application. It is composed of two
> pages. One is listing the image names. When the name is clicked a comment
> page is being opened. By writing the comment and submiting, it is possible
> to see all comments at the same page.
> I followed the steps here to create a Threaded Group and Proxy Server to
> record my actions:
> I first open the list page and clicked on one of the image names and added
> a comment. I can see that the HTTP requests are recorded. I could see the
> GET and POST values also. When i run the action again and see the results at
> a listener, i thought what ever i done is repeated so i checked the mysql
> database i was using to keep my comments. I didn't see the same record
> again.
> So i am not sure whether i managed to create the test for my PHP
> application in the right way. What should i do to make my POST actions take
> effect also at the database part?
> I was trying to compare the performance of two languages. So i wrote the
> same application with PHP and the framework i wanna compare.
> --
> Oguz Yarimtepe <>
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