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From Deepak Shetty <shet...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: how to generate unique ids in jmeter
Date Tue, 01 Jun 2010 23:53:59 GMT
This is one way
add a User Parameters , just one user will do,  specify the name like
currentTime and value like ${__time(YMD)}${__time(HMS) . Also check update
once per iteration (basically generating a timestamp , you can use other
ways to generate a timestamp too , the reason I do it this way is that I
need this value for multiple samplers)
Then when you need to post a unique data element, you can provide a value
like
${userIdPrefix}_${__threadNum()}_${currentTime}

where userIdPrefix is a variable normally defined as JMeterCreatedUser or
something .

Note that because JMeter can call javascript or even Java/BSH any method you
want of generating unique ids works (for example you could use UUID's)

regards
deepak

On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 4:42 PM, virkenator <virkenator@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> I am a newbie. I am using JMeter to test registration form based software.
> Here's my scenario:
>
> A user logs in and adds a patient in database. I am able to automate this
> process by recording it, however I want to automate the add patient
> scenario, since a unique patient id is required to add a patient and save
> it
> on the database. The procedure I am following right now is manually
> entering
> ids and then running the automated script, which is not putting any load or
> stress on the site.
> If somebody could please tell me how to generate unique ids and how to fit
> this procedure in already working script or how to increment previous id
> whenever the script is run.
>
>
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