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From Ragini Thakur <>
Subject RE: How to save graph results??
Date Mon, 05 Apr 2010 09:49:08 GMT
All that you see on JMeter listener won't be directly saved to the file.
Only raw output will be saved to file, So that you can see the results
offline by uploading the output file again in JMeter. 

By default the results are stored in "jtl" file [xml format]. You can
save the results as CSV file too. But you have to change the listener
configuration accordingly. For listener configuration. Please check the
user manual.

To save results as CSV file uncheck "Save as xml" On Listener
configuration dialog box.

For more on listeners please read.

Ragini Thakur

-----Original Message-----
From: mourya [] 
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 3:05 PM
Subject: How to save graph results??

Hi Guys,

Hi successfuly ran one script in jmeter. but i dont know how to save the
result of that script.

When i click on graph results i see Filename under Write all data to a
section. when  i am browsing that i can see only .jmx file i doidnt
understand how to save the file. i tried to change the opetions under
Configure buton also i have no idea what to do?

please help me.

Thanks in advance
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